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News: Sri Lanka’s Sixth Amendment Challenged at the UN by 1,705 Lawyers from around the World: TGTE
Posted Date: 15/12/2017 (Friday)
One thousand seven hundred and five lawyers (1,705) from around the world have joined the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) and filed a complaint on December 8th, 2017 with the UN Human Rights Committee that the 6th Amendment to the Sri Lankan Constitution is a violation of freedom of speech and conscience, and the right to self-determination guaranteed in Articles 18, 19, and 1 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The Complaint was filed by former US Attorney General, Ramsey Clark, Justice K.P. Sivasubramaniam (Retd), Former Judge of the High Court of Madras, India, and the Prime
Photos: Sri Lanka’s mothers ask international community to help find their children
Posted Date: 15/12/2017 (Friday)
News: Opposition is in a bankrupt effort to postpone local government elections - CaFFE.
Posted Date: 14/12/2017 (Thursday)
Sri Lanka election monitor, Campaign for Free and Fair Elections (CaFFE) says that a strong opposition group of field officers is in a bankrupt attempt to postpone the local government polls. CaFFE believes that three petitions filed by the group in the Supreme Court stating that Samurdhi Officers and Field Officers cannot contest the election while they are in the service is an attempt to get the elections postponed.
News: Sri Lanka, Struggling With Debt, Hands a Major Port to China
Posted Date: 13/12/2017 (Wednesday)
Struggling to pay its debt to Chinese firms, the nation of Sri Lanka formally handed over the strategic port of Hambantota to China on a 99-year lease last week, in a deal that government critics have said threatens the country’s sovereignty. In recent years, China has shored up its presence in the Indian Ocean, investing billions of dollars to build port facilities and plan maritime trade routes as part of its “One Belt, One Road” initiative to help increase its market reach.
News: Sri Lankan President promises to provide all facilities for security forces members to equip them with knowledge
Posted Date: 13/12/2017 (Wednesday)
Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena has promised to provide all the necessary facilities to equip the Sri Lankan security forces with knowledge as well as expertise when implementing state policy on national security. He made these remarks speaking at the graduation ceremony of Defense Services Command and Staff College (DSCSC), in Sapugaskanda Course No. 11 on Wednesday.
News: Debate on six subcommittees to be followed by final report to CA New Constitution making process on track
Posted Date: 13/12/2017 (Wednesday)
The Steering Committee of the Constitutional Assembly would prepare its final report, containing constitutional proposals following a debate on recommendations made by six sub committees that dealt with fundamental rights, judiciary, law and order, public finance, public service and centre-periphery relations, Steering Committee member and MP Dr. Jayampathy Wickramaratne told The Island yesterday. Dr. Wickramaratne said comprehensive reports submitted by six sub committees to
News: Tamil prisoners’ CA appeal to be supported on 22 Feb.
Posted Date: 13/12/2017 (Wednesday)
Court of Appeal yesterday (12) fixed for support on February 2 the petition filed Tamil prisoners seeking to transfer their case back to Vavuniya High Court from Anuradhapura High Court. The matter came up before Justice L.B.T.Dehideniya (President/CA)
News: Appeal against the acquittal of suspects in TNA MP's murder to be heard on February 16
Posted Date: 12/12/2017 (Tuesday)
The Court of Appeal today fixed the date to hear the appeal filed against the verdict issued by a lower court in exonerating all the suspects in the murder of Tamil National Alliance parliamentarian Nadarajah Raviraj. Appeal Court Judge, Kumudini Wickremasinghe fixed February 16th to hear the petition when it was taken up before the court today.
News: Solution must be acceptable to Tamils Separate State is not a reasonable request - Former Army Commander, General Gerry De Silva RWP, VSV, USP
Posted Date: 12/12/2017 (Tuesday)
Much decorated soldier, one time Commander of the Sri Lanka Army, Diplomat and now author, General Gerry H. de Silva is a man of many parts. His memoir 'A Most Noble Profession - Memories That Linger' (2012) and more recently 'War Heroes Killed-In-Action' have been launched and is currently working on the biography of Lieutenant General Denis Perera titled 'The General of all Generals'. In a wide ranging interview he expressed his frank opinions on a variety of subjects. Here are excerpts of the interview:
News: President's letter to Naseby: PHU says govt. kept it a secret
Posted Date: 12/12/2017 (Tuesday)
The Pivithuru Hela Urumaya (PHU) yesterday said a letter of thank sent by President Maithripala Sirisena to Lord Naseby had been kept concealed by the government due to the pressure of Tamil separatists. Addressing a news briefing, PHU Leader and MP Udaya Gammanpila said Lord Naseby of the British House of Lords made a statement in UK Parliament in October saying no war crime was committed in Sri Lanka. “The President has sent a letter on behalf of Sri Lanka thanking Lord Naseby. This should be
News: Sri Lanka says will take years to heal post war wounds
Posted Date: 12/12/2017 (Tuesday)
The Government says although the war is over it will take years to heal the wounds, and it will take persistent efforts to sustain and secure the gains that Sri Lanka has already made. Finance and Media Minister Mangala Samaraweera said that the Government has the will and determination to face these challenges including gender-based violence, and promoting and protecting human rights for all, while working towards achieving equitable and inclusive economic development.
News: From Balfour to Trump... a changing game plan in the Middle East
Posted Date: 11/12/2017 (Monday)
If the Balfour Declaration of November 1917 permitting the setting up of a Jewish State of Israel on Palestinian lands turned the Middle East on its head; US president Trump’s declaration on 6 December, recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel on Palestinian lands illegally annexed, and the shifting of the US embassy there, sent the Palestinian people’s cause and hopes for an early settlement to the century-old problem into a tailspin. The results were immediate and not unexpected. Palestinians reacted with anger and protests.
News: Sri Lanka’s Present Predicament: Where do we go from here?
Posted Date: 11/12/2017 (Monday)
The change of regime on January 8, 2015 raised public expectations regarding good governance and socio-economic development. Yet, after nearly three years, most of these expectations have been dashed. Moreover, the developments in the recent months seem to have created a conducive environment for the rise of undemocratic and oppressive forces again in the near future.
News: Sad state of Human Rights situation
Posted Date: 11/12/2017 (Monday)
The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka (HRCSL) has made a startling revelation that the human rights situation in the country has hardly improved from previous two years. The HRCSL has pointed out that the statistics on complaints against human rights violations registered at the HRCSL stand at 4,121 in the first two quarters of 2017 and indicate a similar status quo of poor improvement in the HR record compared to the previous two years (2015 and 2016).
News: Aging to impact Sri Lanka productivity growth
Posted Date: 11/12/2017 (Monday)
The rapid aging of Sri Lanka’s population and fall in the share of working people will affect the country’s long-term productivity growth, a new study has said. The economy’s progress may be impacted by an aging population that will put pressure on pensions and social expenditures, according to the joint study by Asian Development Bank and International Labour Organization.
News: PC Amendment Act Bathiudeen unhappy
Posted Date: 11/12/2017 (Monday)
Industry and Commerce Minister Rishard Bathiudeen complains that the newly passed Provincial Council Amendment Act has many issues that further marginalize the minority communities and need to be resolved. Introducing the new alliance - United Peoples' Alliance - between All Ceylon Makkal Congress and the former General Secretary of Sri Lanka Muslim Congress Hasen Ali yesterday, the minister complained that......the new electoral system, despite its essential requirement, is not needed for the country. He noted that the new electoral system, of the
News: No objections to Sriyani Wijewickrama crossing over – Gammanpila
Posted Date: 11/12/2017 (Monday)
Leader of the Pivithuru Hela Urumaya MP Udaya Gammanpila stated that the Joint Opposition had no objection with former Joint Opposition member Sriyani Wijewickrama crossing over to the SLFP. Speaking to the media at a press conference today (11), MP Gammanpila stated that while Sriyani Wijewickrama had not violated any policies of the Joint Opposition, she was forced to seek new membership once the nominations for the Local Government elections were revealed.
News: China donates another 1,000 tons of rice to Sri Lankan drought victims
Posted Date: 11/12/2017 (Monday)
Sri Lanka on Monday received the second consignment of 1,000 tons of rice from China, to be distributed to the drought struck victims in the island country. At the request of the Sri Lankan government, China has agreed to donate 2,752 tons of rice for humanitarian emergency relief. The first consignment of 1,000 tons of rice arrived in Sri Lanka in November while the second consignment arrived on Monday
Photos: Regional Reach of Buddhist Nationalism
Posted Date: 11/12/2017 (Monday)
News: When UN peacekeepers commit atrocities, someone has to act
Posted Date: 10/12/2017 (Sunday)
Sexual exploitation, child abuse, corruption and torture. These are just some of the many crimes committed by United Nations peacekeepers. Such abuses have the potential to undermine and even delegitimise the work of the UN, yet they regularly go undetected or unpunished. A culture of impunity pervades, largely because of deficiencies in the laws governing peacekeeping operations.

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