Sep 16 (DM) As the SL Govt contends with urgent economic and public health crises, the specter of the 48th session of the UNHRC hangs over it. Recent sessions have emphasized SL’s short-comings in the context of previous commitments. A Jan 2021 UN report “warns that the failure of SL to address past violations has significantly heightened the risk of human rights violations being repeated. It highlights worrying trends over the past year, such as deepening impunity, militarization more..
Political Parties Trying Hard to Share the Spoils by Forming an Alternative Govt After Protests by the People Result in Resignation Announcements by President Rajapaksa and Premier WickremesingheBy Meera Srinivasan Political parties in Sri Lanka are scrambling to form an all-party government, a...
The Victory Of Aragalaya: What Actually Happened To Gota & Ranil?By W A Wijewardena – Dr. W.A Wijewardena Ranil’s revelation in Parliament Two weeks ago, Prime Minister and...