Australian Response To Pressure On International Inquiry On Sri Lanka
Posted on March 25th, 2014

Dr. Chula Rajapakse MNZM Spokesperson, United Sri Lanka Association, Lower Hutt New Zealand.

To:Hon Julie Bishop MP
Foreign Minister of Australia
Australian Parliament ,
Canberra.

Re ; Australian Response To Pressure On International Inquiry On Sri Lanka

Dear Ms. Bishop,

As Prime Minister Abbot and you as Foreign Minister contemplate Australia’s position on the resolution against Sri Lanka at the UNHRC, I write to inform you that our membership and Sri Lankan’s world over look to Australia to restore some balance and fairness to the blatant misuse of an organ of the United Nation’s Organization, to relentlessly and unjustifiably persecute one of it’s members.
We ask how fair is it for an ethnic Tamil UNHRC  chief to sit in judgement in a dispute between the government of Sri Lanka and a Tamil terrorist group. Could Sri Lanka ever expect fairness in any process that this UNHRC chief would lead. Has history not shown that, that that is the case.
 Would a palestinian UNHRC  chief be allowed to sit in judgement in a dispute  between Palestine & Israel.
Prime Minister Abbot  and you have seen and experienced for yourselves the persecution Sri Lanka was subjected to for three decades under Tiger terror and Sri Lanka’s impressive achievements in post war reconstruction, rehabilitation and ethnic rehabilitation . Bothe of you have also seen & experienced  the  Tiger led manipulations to undermine these achievements  just as you have experienced Tiger led manipulations to smuggle boat people to Australia.
It is indeed unfortunate that nations that Sri Lanka once  looked up to are now using unsubstantiated tiger allegations to execute their own agenda at the expense of Sri Lanka . Australia has the clout and voice to redress this injustice.
We hope and trust Australia would make it’s decision at UNHRC wisely , mindful of all of the above.
Yours Sincerely,

Dr. Chula Rajapakse MNZM
Spokesperson,
United Sri Lanka Association,
Lower Hutt
New Zealand.

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