Political leaders today began arriving in the Polish coal city of Katowice where two weeks of talks have begun to revive the landmark Paris 2015 deal on climate change. Representatives of some of the most powerful countries and biggest polluters will be conspicuous by their absence. The United States has said it is leaving the U.N. process and China was not expected to send its top politicians. The talks in Katowice have been billed as the most important U.N. conference since the landmark Paris accord.
- The Appeal Court issues a restraining order on the 49 ministers including the Prime Minister preventing them from holding their portfolios.
- MP Dinesh Gunawardena says he is not happy with the decision given by Appeal Court, restraining order to suspend the Cabinet till 12th of this month