Senanayake may refer to:

  • Don Stephen Senanayake (Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, 1947-1952)
  • Dudley Shelton Senanayake (Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, 1952-1953, 1960, and 1965-1970)
  • Rukman Senanayake (Chairman of United National Party, Ex Cabinet Minister and current Member of Parliament
  • Sachithra Senanayake (cricketer born February 1985)

Other articles related to "senanayake":

Soulbury Commission - The Aftermath
... Although Senanayake had consistently supported their citizenship under less strict conditions as early as 1923, and as late as 1941 in the Indo-Ceylon talks, this change of attitude was a ... Thus Senanayake was supported by many Tamil leaders including Ponnambalam, and constitutionalists like Dr ... shortage of ultra-nationalists or militant groups who attacked Senanayake's synthesis of all moderate groups within his United National Party of Ceylon ...
Rukman Senanayake
... Rukman Senanayake, (born 21 June 1948) is a long standing Sri Lankan politician and was former Member of Parliament for Kegalle District ... Rukman Senanayake was also a former Cabinet Minister of Environment and Natural Resources from 2002 to 2004 ...
Soulbury Commission - Acceptance of The Soulbury Constitution
... the official boycott of the Soulbury Commission by the Board of Ministers led by Senanayake was a "statesman-like action, if not a diplomatic coup ... Senanayake. 3/4 majority required by the Soulbury Commission, Senanayake had 51 votes in favour and only three votes against the adoption of the constitution ...
Soulbury Commission - Reaction To The Commission
... of the Commission headed by Lord Soulbury was greeted with dismay by Senanayake and others ... Senanayake was a man who preferred behind-the-curtain negotiations instead of confrontational public hearings ... Senanayake and the Board of Ministers resorted to an official boycott of the commission as an expression of their disapproval of the widening of the scope of the commission ...