28th March 2016

Australian government knowingly supported the War Crimes in Sri Lanka.

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Australian government under Ousted prime minister Tony Abbott supported the Killing of more than 40,000 Tamil civilians in Sri Lanka by the government forces in May 2009 and continued the support to SL at the UN by lying and  joining China, Russia and Pakistan saying that no War Crimes took place in Sri Lanka. “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed”. – Adolf Hitler. Commonwealth prime ministers, notably Britain’s David Cameron and Canada’s Stephen Harper, have fiercely condemned Sri Lanka’s reconciliation efforts and human rights abuses since the end of its civil war in 2009 but Mr Abbott said Sri Lanka had made significant and promising progress in 2013 to defend his support of killing Tamil Civilians. Ousted prime […]

Local judges not familiar with war crimes probe procedures

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Local judges are not conversant with the procedures of probes into allegations of war crimes or violations of human rights because they are not matters which come up in the courts on a daily basis, Attorney-at-Law Lal Wijenayake said. President Maithripala Sirisena has reiterated that there will be no foreign judges on the benches of the local judiciary adjudicating on the matter, yet this does not prevent getting technical assistance from legal experts, he added. There is no contradiction between what Sirisena is saying about the matter and what Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe is saying about the issue, he opined. “According to the Constitution, Judges of the Supreme Court are appointed by the President on the recommendation of the Constitutional Council. To get overseas judges, […]

Mullaitivu fast over land suspended following intervention

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A fast unto death launched by some families in Mullaitivu has been suspended following the intervention of the Northern Province Chief Minister C V Wigneswaran. The families had launched the fast demanding that they be resettled on their own land in Mullaitivu instead of alternate land. Wigneswaran and other members of the Northern Provincial Council had assured the protesters that they will obtain a solution to their concerns soon.  As a result the fast unto death was suspended but the protesters warned that they will resume the fast if a solution is not given to them over the next few weeks. (Colombo Gazette)

EXPOSED – Weerawansa Family And Friends’ Joyride At State Expense

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Weerasangilige Wimal Weerawansa who mouths slogans and gives breast-beating displays of patriotism from political platforms despite his involvement in large-scale corruption and undercover activities, has once again been exposed as a corrupt politician. This time around, details have emerged of how he allegedly hired a fleet of 40 luxury vehicles spending millions of rupees of taxpayers’ hard-earned money, to have relatives and friends travel in luxury. The Sunday Leader this week exposes how Weerawansa misused State Engineering Corporation (SEC) funds to pay the hiring charges for this fleet of vehicles when he was Housing and Construction Minister in the Rajapaksa regime. Earlier this newspaper exposed how Weerawansa who was operating a small telecommunication centre in Kadawatha and whose sole asset was a four perch land […]