UK should NOT interfere in our affairs we have Bribed and know how to bribe the British MP’s.

Minister of National Integration, Reconciliation, and Official Languages Vasudeva Nanayakkara today slammed Speaker Karu Jayasuriya for meeting diplomats in Parliament, after Parliament was prorogued. In a media statement the Minister said that he was “shocked” that the Speaker entertained diplomats in his Parliament office after Parliament was prorogued, including the Ambassadors of the US and UK.

He noted that the US and UK had recently raised concerns over the alleged unconstitutional changes by President Maithiri and said that this was affairs of our state and they should not interfere.

 A supporter said that these US and UK Governments did not oppose or take any meaningful action against the Mahinda government when more than 40,000 Tamil civilians were killed and more than 1000 LTTE leaders and their family members who surrendered with white flag after UN negotiated the surrender were killed by Sri Lankan forces.
The Sri Lankan government under Mahinda had bribed Indian and British MP’s to help them cover up the Human Rights abuses by the government forces on Tamils.

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