26th December 2014

Ex-LTTE members forced to vote for Rajapaksa at postal voting in Vanni

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[TamilNet, Wednesday, 24 December 2014, 21:17 GMT] The occupying military of genocidal Sri Lanka has forced around 4,000 former members of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE), who are under the captivity of the so-called Civil Security Division (CSD) in Vanni, to vote for the incumbent SL president Mahinda Rajapaksa through postal voting, which concluded on Wednesday. In the meantime, a special unit of SL military personnel, led by the officers handpicked by the SL presidential sibling and Defence Secretary Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, has been monitoring the rank and file of the SL military stationed in the North. A section of the Sinhala soldiers, who have been advocating against the re-election of Mahinda Rajapaksa have been subjected to investigations by this special unit, informed sources […]

Mahinda sought India’s backing and overruled the US evacuation attempt which had been facilitated by the Norwegians.

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By Dr Vickramabahu <vamabahu@gmail.com> In spite of indications made by the TNA, there is the uncertainty about how the Northern voter will vote. There is a strong opinion that neither party has given a serious answer to the questions raised by the Tamil voters. Obviously they want to know the final solution proposed by the each candidate. Then, some of them are more interested in investigation in to war crimes. There are many Tamils who do not consider this election is relevant to them. In a sense such people have, in their own minds, give up being a citizen of Lanka. It is an alien country with alien set of people. Why get involved in an election conducted in a foreign country? However not many […]

Minister Muthuhettigama leaves for Singapore despite arrest warrent – Mahinda Rules

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Deputy Minister of Minor Export Crop Promotion Nishantha Muthuhettigama, against whom an arrest warrant was issued, has left the country for Singapore in the wee hours today. The deputy minister reportedly left the country at around 12.40am today through the VIP terminal at the Bandaranaike International Airport in Katunayake. On Wednesday, the Baddegama Magistrate’s Court issued a warrant for the arrest of Muthuhettigama in connection with the recent torching of an election stage of Common Candidate Maithripala Sirisena in Wanduramba. However, speaking to an Ada Derana reporter after leaving the country today, the Deputy Minister had said that he is visiting Singapore with two close associates for a holiday and that he would return to the island before the Presidential Election. Emphasizing that he had […]

Archbishop Malcolm Ranjith Bought Over By Mahinda

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Serious doubts have been cast on Archbishop of Colombo, Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith and his political agendas to support Mahinda Rajapaksa at the upcoming elections with the revelation that his niece has been given a political appointment to the Sri Lanka embassy in Paris. Ruwani Cooray, niece of Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith has not passed the foreign service examination nor been recruited to the foreign service through any accepted procedure. However she has been appointed as the second secretary to the Sri Lanka Embassy in France. Ruwani does not have any relevant qualifications for this appointment other than her relationship to the Cardinal. Earlier Ruwani Cooray was posted to the Sri Lanka Mission in Manila, Philippines on the request of the Cardinal. With the significant role played […]

Mahinda Rajapaksa Who Stole 83 Million Rupees Of Tsunami Funds

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“Then why is it today that many of the victims of that tragic day ten years ago are still without adequate shelter or livelihood? Why is it that many still suffer despite Sri Lankan and international generosity? One of the main reasons is that a man who is contesting to be President of this country does not care for peoples’ suffering. He has consistently put his own private gain above the people’s pain. I am very sad to say, that this politician is a callous thief. He stole 83 million rupees of Tsunami relief funds and used them for his personal gain.” says the former foreign minister Mangala Samaraweera. Issuing a statement Samaraweera said; “The former Chief Justice has publicly apologized saying that the Helping […]