HILARIOUS! Former President Chandrika Bandaranaike ’S HUMAN RIGHTS CARD
Posted on January 30th, 2014

Worst election (Wayamba) held under her watch Many journos too killed

CHAMIKARA WEERASINGHE Courtesy The Daily News

Udaya Gammanpila

Former President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga is painting a gloomy picture about Sri Lanka, playing the human rights card, among LTTE sympathizers both local and abroad, said former Western Provincial Council Minister Udaya Gammanpila. “However, it is nice to know that she is concerned about the freedom of expression and people’s rights at last.”

“But it was during her time as President that the worst election (Wayamba) of this country was conducted in 1999. Also, it was during her time that many prominent journalists of the country such as Sivaram went missing or were killed,” said Gammanpila.

“The present government did not follow in her footsteps.

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Dr. Prathibha Mahanamahewa

The duplicity of some Human Rights groups is such, they are silent about human rights violations which were committed during the time of Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga.

Meanwhile, Attorney-at-Law and Sri Lanka Human Rights Commissioner, Dr. Prathibha Mahanamahewa yesterday said that the Northern Provincial Council has no mandate to pass resolutions against Sri Lanka. “My personal view is that this act is similar to the unilateral declaration of a State of Eelam by Varadaraja Perumal, then Chief Minister of the North-Eastern Province and the leader of the Eelam People’s Revolutionary Liberation Front (EPRLF) in 1990,” he said.

”If the Northern Provincial Council can pass a resolution of the nature calling for an international investigation on so called war crimes allegations that they claimed existed during the war, a Municipal Council too may also come up with a similar resolution to this effect tomorrow,” he explained.

“Their move has come just two months ahead of the Geneva UN Human Rights Council sessions. There is nothing but a sinister political agenda that is at play to discredit the government and the country,” he said.

“This has placed the country’s national security under threat,’ he explained. “We all know the allegiance that existed between the former LTTE terrorist group and the Tamil National Alliance that represents the Northern Provincial Council.

“The US and UK are hellbent on mobilizing a resolution against Sri Lanka at the UNHRC sessions in March. They are trying to take advantage of the situation to promote their sinister political agenda by virtue of this opportunity,” he said.

– See more at: http://www.dailynews.lk/local/hilarious-cbk-s-human-rights-card#sthash.XhoEGNHH.dpuf

3 Responses to “HILARIOUS! Former President Chandrika Bandaranaike ’S HUMAN RIGHTS CARD”

  1. Lorenzo Says:

    “My personal view is that this act is similar to the unilateral declaration of a State of Eelam by Varadaraja Perumal, then Chief Minister of the North-Eastern Province and the leader of the Eelam People’s Revolutionary Liberation Front (EPRLF) in 1990,”

    But then in 1990 Premathasa DISSOLVED that damned provincial council.
    MR has NO BACKBONE to DISSOLVE the RACIST NPC.

    God comparison!

  2. Lorenzo Says:

    Good comparison.

  3. Lorenzo Says:

    Canada’s human rights.

    “A disgraced former Canadian brigadier-general and NATO commander in Afghanistan has spent the last three weeks locked in a Kabul jail, according to published reports.

    Once Canada’s top soldier in Afghanistan, Daniel Ménard left the military in December 2010 after his affair with a low-ranking female subordinate was made public.

    Daniel Menard oversees Garda World’s “commercial, operations and projects throughout Afghanistan, including existing and new contracts with the U.S. government, non-governmental and commercial clients.”.

    He returned to Afghanistan after a global private security firm hired him in November 2011. Ménard was working as GardaWorld’s managing director in the country when Kabul police arrested him Jan. 10 for allegedly owning 129 rifles and 148 radios without a license, the Globe and Mail reported”

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