Zeid urges creation of hybrid special court in Sri Lanka
Posted on September 16th, 2015

Courtesy Adaderana

A UN report published today has identified patterns of grave violations in Sri Lanka between 2002 and 2011, strongly indicating that war crimes and crimes against humanity were most likely committed by both sides to the conflict.

The report recommends the establishment of a hybrid special court, integrating international judges, prosecutors, lawyers and investigators, as an essential step towards justice.

Our investigation has laid bare the horrific level of violations and abuses that occurred in Sri Lanka, including indiscriminate shelling, extrajudicial killings, enforced disappearances, harrowing accounts of torture and sexual violence, recruitment of children and other grave crimes,” High Commissioner Zeid said. Importantly, the report reveals violations that are among the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole.”

This report is being presented in a new political context in Sri Lanka, which offers grounds for hope,” Zeid said. It is crucial that this historic opportunity for truly fundamental change is not allowed to slip.”

Among the most serious crimes documented in the report are the following:

•         Unlawful killings: Numerous unlawful killings between 2002 and 2011, were allegedly committed by both parties, as well as by paramilitary groups linked to the security forces. Tamil politicians, humanitarian workers, journalists and ordinary civilians were among the alleged victims of Sri Lankan security forces and associated paramilitaries. There appear to have been discernible patterns of killings, for instance, in the vicinity of security force checkpoints and military bases, and also of extrajudicial killings of individuals while in the custody of security forces, including people who were captured or surrendered at the end of the conflict. The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Elam (LTTE) also reportedly killed Tamil, Muslim and Sinhalese civilians, through indiscriminate suicide bombings and mine attacks, as well as assassinations of individuals including public officials, academics and dissenting Tamil political figures.

•         Sexual and gender-based violence: One shocking finding of the investigation was the extent to which sexual violence was committed against detainees, often extremely brutally, by the Sri Lankan security forces, with men as likely to be victims as women. Harrowing testimony from 30 survivors of sexual violence who were interviewed indicates that incidents of sexual violence were not isolated acts but part of a deliberate policy to inflict torture, following similar patterns and using similar tools. The report describes sexual torture which occurred during interrogation sessions, and also patterns of rape, much of which appeared to occur outside of interrogations sessions. Sexual torture was performed in a wide range of detention locations by different security forces, both during and after the conflict. Not a single perpetrator of sexual violence related to the armed conflict is so far known to have been convicted.

•         Enforced disappearances: Enforced disappearances affected tens of thousands of Sri Lankans for decades, including throughout the 26-year armed conflict with the LTTE. There are reasonable grounds to believe that enforced disappearances may have been committed as part of a widespread and systematic attack against the civilian population. In particular, there are reasonable grounds to believe that a large number of individuals who surrendered during the final phase of the war were disappeared, and remain unaccounted for. Many others, including people not directly linked to the conflict, disappeared, typically after abduction in ‘white vans.’

 

•         Torture and other forms of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment: Brutal use of torture by the Sri Lankan security forces was widespread throughout the decade covered by the report, and in particular during the immediate aftermath of the conflict. Some of the more commonly used centres had rooms that were set up with torture equipment, illustrating the premeditated and systematic nature of the use of torture. These rooms contained objects including metal bars and poles for beatings, barrels of water used for waterboarding, and pulleys from which victims were suspended. Victims interviewed for the report described seeing bloodstains on the walls or floors of these rooms, and described their own torture in detail.

•         Recruitment of children and their use in hostilities, as well as abduction and forced recruitment of adults: Information indicates patterns of abductions leading to forced recruitment of adults by the LTTE, which intensified towards the end of the conflict. Extensive recruitment and use of children in armed conflict by the LTTE and by the paramilitary Karuna group, which supported the Government following its spilt from the LTTE in 2004, was also documented.  Children were often recruited by force from homes, schools, temples and checkpoints, and, after basic training were sent to the frontlines. According to numerous reports, in the last few months of the conflict, the LTTE increasingly recruited children below the age of 15. These practices would amount to war crimes if established in a court of law.

•         Attacks on civilians and civilian objects: There are reasonable grounds to believe that many attacks during the last phase of the war did not comply with international humanitarian law principles on the conduct of hostilities, particularly the principle of distinction. The report documents repeated shelling by Government forces of hospitals and humanitarian facilities in the densely populated ‘No Fire Zones,’ which the Government itself had announced but which were inside areas controlled by the LTTE. Directing attacks against civilian objects and/or against civilians not taking direct part in hostilities is a serious violation of international humanitarian law and may amount to a war crime. The presence of LTTE cadres directly participating in hostilities and operating within the predominantly civilian population, launching attacks from close proximity of these locations, and the LTTE policy of forcing civilians to remain within areas of active hostilities, may also have violated international humanitarian law. However, this would not have absolved the Government of its own responsibilities under international humanitarian law. The duty to respect international humanitarian law does not depend on the conduct of the opposing party, and is not conditioned on reciprocity.

•         Denial of humanitarian assistance: There are reasonable grounds to believe that the Government placed considerable restrictions on freedom of movement of humanitarian personnel and activities, and may have deliberately blocked the delivery of sufficient food aid and medical supplies in the Vanni in the Northern Province, which may amount to the use of starvation of the civilian population as a method of warfare. Such conduct, if proven in a court of law, may constitute a war crime.

•         Violations during the detention of internally displaced people (IDPs) in closed camps: The manner in which the screening processes were carried out, to separate former LTTE combatants from civilians, failed to meet international standards and facilitated ill-treatment and abuse. Almost 300,000 IDPs were deprived of their liberty in camps for periods far beyond what is permissible under international law. There are also reasonable grounds to believe that IDPs were treated as suspects and detained because of their Tamil ethnicity. This may amount to discrimination and the crime against humanity of persecution.”
The report documents years of denials and cover-ups, failure to carry out prompt investigations, stalled investigations and reprisals against the family members of victims and others who have pushed for justice.

It notes that the repeated failure of successive domestic inquiries to bring justice has led to scepticism, anger and mistrust on the part of victims, particularly since many of the structures responsible for the violations and crimes remain in place.” The report demonstrates the systemic weakness in addressing these crimes, especially when the military or security forces are involved. It also describes reprisals against judicial and other professionals who try to prosecute human-rights related cases involving State officials.”

The commitment by the new Government  to pursue accountability through a domestic process is commendable…but the unfortunate reality is that Sri Lanka’s criminal justice system is not yet ready,” the report states. First and foremost is the absence of any reliable system for victim and witness protection. Second is the inadequacy of Sri Lanka’s domestic legal framework to deal with international crimes of this magnitude. The third challenge is the degree to which Sri Lanka’s security sector and justice system have been distorted and corrupted by decades of emergency, conflict and impunity.”

The High Commissioner welcomed the positive steps taken by the new Government of President Mathiripala Sirisena since January this year, but said that Sri Lanka must now move forward to dismantle the repressive structures and institutional cultures that remain deeply entrenched after decades of erosion of human rights.”

This will not happen overnight, and no one should underestimate the enormity of the task,” he said. We have seen many moments in Sri Lanka’s history when governments pledged to turn the page and end practices like enforced disappearances, but the failure to address impunity and root out the systemic problems that allowed such abuses to occur meant that the ‘white vans’ could be, and were, reactivated when needed. It is imperative that the Government seizes the unique opportunity it has to break the mold of impunity once and for all. This means there must be a root-and-branch transformation of the ways in which institutions and officials operate.”

The report recommends a range of measures to develop a comprehensive transitional justice policy to address the human rights violations of the past 30 years and prevent their recurrence.

The High Commissioner urged all communities and sections of society, including the diaspora, to view the report as an opportunity to change discourse from one of absolute denial to one of acknowledgment and constructive engagement to bring about change.”

After so many years of unbridled human rights violations and institutionalized impunity, the wounds of victims on both sides have festered and deepened,” Zeid said. Unless fundamentally addressed, their continued suffering will further polarize and become an obstacle to reconciliation, and – worse – may sow the seeds for further conflict.”

The levels of mistrust in State authorities and institutions by broad segments of Sri Lankan society should not be underestimated,” the High Commissioner said. It is for this reason that the establishment of a hybrid special court, integrating international judges, prosecutors, lawyers and investigators, is so essential.  A purely domestic court procedure will have no chance of overcoming widespread and justifiable suspicions fuelled by decades of violations, malpractice and broken promises.”

The domestic criminal justice system also needs to be strengthened and reformed, so it can win the confidence of the public, but that is a process which will take several years to achieve and needs to be undertaken in parallel to the establishment of a special hybrid court, not in place of it. Indeed such a court may help stimulate the reforms needed to set Sri Lanka on a new path to justice, building public confidence along the way.”

The UN Human Rights Office (OHCHR) was mandated by the UN Human Rights Council last year to conduct a comprehensive investigation into alleged serious violations and abuses of human rights and related crimes by both parties in Sri Lanka during the period 2002-11.

The investigation report is based on eye-witness testimony, interviews with victims and witnesses, video and photographic material including satellite imagery (much of which is not in the public domain) that was analyzed by forensic and military experts, and an extensive review of documentation, including about 3,000 written statements and submissions, as well as previously unpublished reports.

The OHCHR investigation team was not granted access to Sri Lanka and faced other constraints, including the previous Government’s use of threats, intimidation and surveillance to prevent people, particularly in the north of the country, from cooperating with the investigation.

See Below for Advanced Unedited Version of Report:

 

UNHRC report on Sri Lanka – 2015

12 Responses to “Zeid urges creation of hybrid special court in Sri Lanka”

  1. SA Kumar Says:

    Zeid urges creation of hybrid special court in Sri Lanka- Aiyooooo Mother Lanka kaput !!!

  2. Susantha Wijesinghe Says:

    DAMNING INTERFERENCE OF THE INTERNAL AFFAIRS OF THE COUNTRY. NO WONDER, ALL THESE BUGGERS KNOW THAT IMBECILES ARE NOW RUNNING THE COUNTRY. IT IS EASY TO MAKE THESE BUGGERS DO WHAT IS TOLD BY THE SUPERIORS, OR SO THEY THINK. SERVES THE IMBECILES WELL AND TRULY. THOSE WHO GOVERN SRILANKA ARE NOW PAPER PUPPETS.

  3. Nihal Perera Says:

    It will be very interesting to see how this colonial boot-lickers of new regime will get out of this trap set by UN, US, and the Tamil lobby… Right from the beginning most us knew that “International Inquiry” was what UNHRC, US, (the West in general) wanted, lobbied relentlessly by the powerful Tamil Lobby in the West. MR and his government resisted the pressure for an Intl inquiry, and never would have allowed the UNCHR and its backers to intervene on behalf of the pro-LTTE Diaspora.

    Now the present idiots (MY3/Ranil/Mangala, etc.) are trapped by the same forces that helped them to oust MR, and a regime change. They deceived the Sri Lankan population with all sorts of alleged allegations against MR, and with the support of minorities (Tamils, Muslims, etc.), they came to power from the back door.

    Now, the present regime is under obligation to fullfill the promises they made to their backers who wanted MR out. Because, with MR in power they (UNCHR, US, UK, Tamil Diaspora), knew damn well that they would never be able to impliment their agenda, which is to partition SL, and make it a slave to India, backed by the West, which wants to keep China away from the Indian Ocean.

    As we can see it clearly now, this is the beginning of control of Sri Lanka, mainly by the India and US, supported by the UN and other pro-Western allies, who are using so-called “HR violations, Democracy, Good Governance, Rule of Law” as tools to de-stabalize countries that do not buy into their bull-shit..

    I hope the Sri Lankans will realise now – before it is too late – that the present regime has screwed them royaly, and if they don’t wake up soon from their sleep and realise the blunder, they may not have a country of their own, in the very near future..?

  4. helaya Says:

    This Muslim bugger think he is the king of human rights. All his evidence were collected by Tamil boot lickers. Stupid Ranil and MY3 will genuflect to Western powers who is trying to screw Sri Lanka big time.

  5. Techno Says:

    What so hilarious is the claims of “sexual torture”. No war in the third world is complete without this bogus claim being thrown around by the West (as their wars are all clean and wonderful). One part of the report says sexual torture was carried out. The other part says people were randomly killed for either no real reason or for being members of the LTTE (suspected or otherwise). So why were the people who were sexually tortured (for information or for the sake of it) not also killed? Wouldn’t that make sense rather than letting them live and then set them free to go and tell the world and the UN about their “horror”?

    Anyway there is nothing new in this report. Its the same old lies as before.

    The best part is there is not a single shred of actual evidence. Its all based on the “testimonies” of witnesses, all who happen to be name less. Basically its all MADE UP.

    The best way to have dealt with this was to push this issue of the so called “testimonies” given from anonymous witnesses and reject the reports based on this “technicality”. MR like a giant fool also did not touch this fact.

    If so called “witnesses” are not named “for their protection”, then the report can be rejected simply on the grounds that its been MADE UP. UN/US/West would be in a deep problem based on this simple fact and it would be so easy to label the UN a racist institution and kangaroo court. But MR like a fool did nothing (no harm attacking the UN as a junk it is) as he was too interested in taking family trips to New York and Geneva and didn’t want to buckle such “opportunities” for himself and all the worthless stooges he had (who all turned on him in the end). It is unfortunate the country’s national interest was sacrificed for petty personal short sighted reasons.

    Now of course with yahapalanya criminals and traitors in power, things will be even WORSE.

    However the most sickening part of all this UN crap and everything else (channel 4 etc) is the fact so many Sinhalese have been the biggest pushers and supporters of these whole “external intervention” project just because they dislike MR, are mentally enslaved, their loyalties lie to the Church or are devout to their political party (and of course a combination of all these factors).

    In the end we have a nation of selfish self centered modayas who do not value the fact they have a country and who are TOO DUMB to think ahead for their future, always thinking short term not realising the petty, pathetic and childish short term decision making and thinking ALWAYS comes to haunt them and doom them decades later.

    Jut look at the demalas and the inhuman and vicious crimes they have committed all with the hopes that one day (even in a thousand years) they will have a country of their own. For Sinhalese they had a country drop on their heads and they do not value it sadly.

  6. Techno Says:

    Sinhalese still do not understand whats happening, just look at Nihal Perera’s comment above.

    We still have people talking about “pro-LTTE diaspora”. Who or what are they? You mean the TAMILS in the West, like the Tamils in Sri Lanka, and elsewhere. They are ALL THE SAME. When will you Modayas understand this? When will you understand to call a spade a spade and identify properly who the enemy is rather than always apologising for them? This stupid “we’re all buddies” thing is so dumb, demalas always laugh at it -laugh at how Sinhalese varnish and clean up Tamils for their crimes without themselves having to release a breath.

  7. Indrajith Says:

    විදෙස්‌ විනිසුරුවන්ගෙන් සමන්විත හයිබ්‍රිඩ් උසාවිය
    රටක ස්‌වෛරීත්වයට විරුද්ධ එකක්‌
    – ආචාර්ය දයාන් ජයතිලක

    සිරිමන්ත රත්නසේකර- Divaina

    ශ්‍රී ලංකාව සම්බන්ධයෙන් වන එක්‌සත් ජාතීන්ගේ යුද අපරාධ පරික්‍ෂණ කමිටු වාර්තාව මගින් මෙරට පිහිටුවීමට යෝජනා කර ඇති විදෙස්‌ විනිසුරුවන්ගෙන් සමන්විත විශේෂ (හයිබ්‍රිඩ්) අධිකරණය මෙරට පමණක්‌ නොව ඕනෑම රටක ස්‌වෛරීත්වයට විරුද්ධ එකක්‌ යෑයි ජාත්‍යන්තර දේශපාලන විශ්ලේෂක ආචාර්ය දයාන් ජයතිලක මහතා ඊයේ (16 වැනිදා) “දිවයින”ට පැවසීය.

    විදෙස්‌ විනිශ්චයකාරවරුන් වෙනත් රටවල කටයුතු කළේ යටත් විජිත සමයේ බව පැවසූ හෙතෙම ස්‌වාධීන රටවල විදෙස්‌ විනිශ්චයකාරවරුන් කටයුතු නොකරන බව කියා සිටියේය.

    එවැනි අධිකරණයක්‌ පසුගිය සමයේ පැවතියේ කාම්බෝජයේ බවත් එහෙත් එහිදී විභාග කළේ පරාජිත සමූලඝාතන හමුදාවක්‌ වූ පොල්පොට්‌ගේ රතු කෙමරූඡ් ගරිල්ලා ව්‍යාපාරයේ ඝාතන ගැන බවත් දයාන් ජයතිලක මහතා සඳහන් කළේය.

    එහිදී ආණ්‌ඩුව ගැන හෝ නිත්‍ය හමුදාව ගැන විමර්ශනය නොකළ බවත් පැවසූ දයාන් ජයතිලක මහතා එක්‌සත් ජාතීන්ගේ මානව හිමිකම් කොමසාරිස්‌ සෙයිඩ් අල් හුසේන් මෙහිදී කථා කරන්නේ කොටි සංවිධානය පිළිබඳ සොයන උසාවියක්‌ ගැන නොවන බවත් අවධාරණය කළේය.

    මෙරට රජය විසින් යුද අපරාධ කළ බව ඔහු එහිදී පැහැදිලිව සඳහන් කරන බවත් මෙය භයානක තත්ත්වයක්‌ බවත් පැවසූ ජයතිලක මහතා සාමකාමී රටක සිටින අප ගැන පරණ තුවාල පෑරීමට ජාත්‍යන්තර උසාවියක්‌ ගෙන ඒමට ඔවුන් කටයුතු කරමින් සිටින බවත් මෙම සෙල්ලම තේරුම් ගත යුතුව ඇති බවත් කියා සිටියේය.

    සෙයිඩ් අල් හුසෙන් ලංකාවේ ගෙල සිඳින්න ඕනෑ යෑයි කියද්දී ඇමෙරිකාව නෑ නෑ ගෙල සිඳින්න නොව බඩ කපාගන්න යෑයි කියන බවත් හෙතෙම සඳහන් කළේය.

    විදේශ ඇමැති මංගල සමරවීර මහතා ජිනීවා වල පසුගියදා කළ කථාවේදී අලුත් උසාවි පිහිටුවන්න, අලුත් නිලධාරියෝ පත් කරන්න අප අපරාධ යුක්‌තිය සම්බන්ධයෙන් අලුත් නීති ගෙන ඒමට සූදානම් බව කියා සිටි බව පැවසූ දයාන් ජයතිලක මහතා අලුත් නීති කුමකටදැයි ප්‍රශ්න කළේය.

    අපගේ පවතින නීතියට නොහැකිවන්නේ විදේශිකයන් සම්බන්ධ කරගත් උසාවි පිහිටුවන එක බවත් පැවසූ හෙතෙම මෙම නව නීති ගෙන එන්නේ එක්‌සත් ජාතීන්ගේ මානව හිමිකම් කොමිසමට අවශ්‍ය දේ ඉටු කර දීමට බවට චෝදනා කළේය.

    ත්‍රස්‌තවාදය වැළැක්‌වීමේ පනත අහෝසි කරන බව මංගල සමරවීර මහතා එම කථාවේදී ප්‍රකාශ කර ඇති බවත් එම පනත අහෝසි කරන්නේ නම් ඒ යටතේ සිටින කොටි ත්‍රස්‌තයින් නිදහස්‌ කළ යුතුව ඇති බවත් කීවේය.

    හයිබ්‍රිඩ් උසාවියකට වෙස්‌මුහුණක්‌ දමා දේශීය පරීක්‍ෂණ යාන්ත්‍රණය කියා ඇමරිකාවත් සමග එක්‌වී යෝජනාවක්‌ සම්මත කරවා ගතහොත් මිත්‍රශීලී රටවලට පවා අප බේරා ගැනීමට නොහැකි වනු ඇති බවත් අප වෙනුවෙන් කථා කරන්න කිසිවකු ඉතුරු නොවනු ඇති බවත් ආචාර්ය දයාන් ජයතිලක මහතා වැඩිදුරටත් පැවසීය.

  8. Lorenzo Says:

    UNHRC CHANGED the report to suit SL politics!!

    Its original report named 42 of our WAR HEROES as war criminals. They SCRAPPED it and now expected the YAAPA(LA)NAYA traitors to name these 4 individuals as war criminals.

    IF we continue this rotten system of crooked running SL after manipulating elections (WORSE THAN A DICTATORSHIP), we are doomed as a nation.

    ALL right thinking people must support a RADICAL PEACEFUL CHANGE of this rotten system to SAVE SL.

    IF a HYBRID COURT is established (which they soon will) SL’s sovereignty is LOST. We CANNOT allow that to happen.

    How can we stop this madness?

  9. Lorenzo Says:

    Nihal Perera,

    AGREE with you expect one little bit. LLRC.

    “The report of the LLRC contained 285 short term, medium term and long term recommendations and they have been classified into four main groups as follows:

    – Recommendations relating to National Policy;
    – Recommendations pertaining to the final phase of the conflict;
    – Recommendations related to human rights
    and National security concerns; and
    – Recommendations related to resettlement and development.

    Over 60 percent of the short term recommendations have been implemented by the government by 2012.”

    “http://www.onlanka.com/news/cabinet-approves-national-action-plan-to-implement-llrc-recommendations.html”

  10. Independent Says:

    Techno,
    “They are ALL THE SAME.”
    The most important phrase.
    Some will NEVR UNDERSTAND this , even after many defeats.
    Let the reports be there. How many reports Israel got ? That is not a problem.
    I believe this problem has been solved for 5 years.

  11. Independent Says:

    ශ්‍රී ලංකාව සම්බන්ධයෙන් වන එක්‌සත් ජාතීන්ගේ යුද අපරාධ පරික්‍ෂණ කමිටු වාර්තාව මගින් මෙරට පිහිටුවීමට යෝජනා කර ඇති විදෙස්‌ විනිසුරුවන්ගෙන් සමන්විත විශේෂ (හයිබ්‍රිඩ්) අධිකරණය මෙරට පමණක්‌ නොව ඕනෑම රටක ස්‌වෛරීත්වයට විරුද්ධ එකක්‌ යෑයි ජාත්‍යන්තර දේශපාලන විශ්ලේෂක ආචාර්ය දයාන් ජයතිලක මහතා පැවසීය.

    විදෙස්‌ විනිශ්චයකාරවරුන් වෙනත් රටවල කටයුතු කළේ යටත් විජිත සමයේ බව පැවසූ හෙතෙම ස්‌වාධීන රටවල විදෙස්‌ විනිශ්චයකාරවරුන් කටයුතු නොකරන බව කියා සිටියේය.

    එවැනි අධිකරණයක්‌ පසුගිය සමයේ පැවතියේ කාම්බෝජයේ බවත් එහෙත් එහිදී විභාග කළේ පරාජිත සමූලඝාතන හමුදාවක්‌ වූ පොල්පොට්‌ගේ රතු කෙමරූඡ් ගරිල්ලා ව්‍යාපාරයේ ඝාතන ගැන බවත් දයාන් ජයතිලක මහතා සඳහන් කළේය.

    එහිදී ආණ්‌ඩුව ගැන හෝ නිත්‍ය හමුදාව ගැන විමර්ශනය නොකළ බවත් පැවසූ දයාන් ජයතිලක මහතා එක්‌සත් ජාතීන්ගේ මානව හිමිකම් කොමසාරිස්‌ සෙයිඩ් අල් හුසේන් මෙහිදී කථා කරන්නේ කොටි සංවිධානය පිළිබඳ සොයන උසාවියක්‌ ගැන නොවන බවත් අවධාරණය කළේය.

    මෙරට රජය විසින් යුද අපරාධ කළ බව ඔහු එහිදී පැහැදිලිව සඳහන් කරන බවත් මෙය භයානක තත්ත්වයක්‌ බවත් පැවසූ ජයතිලක මහතා සාමකාමී රටක සිටින අප ගැන පරණ තුවාල පෑරීමට ජාත්‍යන්තර උසාවියක්‌ ගෙන ඒමට ඔවුන් කටයුතු කරමින් සිටින බවත් මෙම සෙල්ලම තේරුම් ගත යුතුව ඇති බවත් කියා සිටියේය.

    සෙයිඩ් අල් හුසෙන් ලංකාවේ ගෙල සිඳින්න ඕනෑ යෑයි කියද්දී ඇමෙරිකාව නෑ නෑ ගෙල සිඳින්න නොව බඩ කපාගන්න යෑයි කියන බවත් හෙතෙම සඳහන් කළේය.

    විදේශ ඇමැති මංගල සමරවීර මහතා ජිනීවා වල පසුගියදා කළ කථාවේදී අලුත් උසාවි පිහිටුවන්න, අලුත් නිලධාරියෝ පත් කරන්න අප අපරාධ යුක්‌තිය සම්බන්ධයෙන් අලුත් නීති ගෙන ඒමට සූදානම් බව කියා සිටි බව පැවසූ දයාන් ජයතිලක මහතා අලුත් නීති කුමකටදැයි ප්‍රශ්න කළේය.

    අපගේ පවතින නීතියට නොහැකිවන්නේ විදේශිකයන් සම්බන්ධ කරගත් උසාවි පිහිටුවන එක බවත් පැවසූ හෙතෙම මෙම නව නීති ගෙන එන්නේ එක්‌සත් ජාතීන්ගේ මානව හිමිකම් කොමිසමට අවශ්‍ය දේ ඉටු කර දීමට බවට චෝදනා කළේය.

    ත්‍රස්‌තවාදය වැළැක්‌වීමේ පනත අහෝසි කරන බව මංගල සමරවීර මහතා එම කථාවේදී ප්‍රකාශ කර ඇති බවත් එම පනත අහෝසි කරන්නේ නම් ඒ යටතේ සිටින කොටි ත්‍රස්‌තයින් නිදහස්‌ කළ යුතුව ඇති බවත් කීවේය.

    හයිබ්‍රිඩ් උසාවියකට වෙස්‌මුහුණක්‌ දමා දේශීය පරීක්‍ෂණ යාන්ත්‍රණය කියා ඇමරිකාවත් සමග එක්‌වී යෝජනාවක්‌ සම්මත කරවා ගතහොත් මිත්‍රශීලී රටවලට පවා අප බේරා ගැනීමට නොහැකි වනු ඇති බවත් අප වෙනුවෙන් කථා කරන්න කිසිවකු ඉතුරු නොවනු ඇති බවත් ආචාර්ය දයාන් ජයතිලක මහතා වැඩිදුරටත් පැවසීය.

    – දිවයින

  12. SA Kumar Says:

    Sinhalese still do not understand whats happening,!

    Modaya no time left now Please ask your sakkiliya sakodaya ( sampanthan ,/Viggie) to short out UNHR mess as soon as possible before invader land into Mother Lanka .

    NB/ promise us You will give TE plus, once problem short you know what you do ( since DS ( let British go will share power) to MR ( let VP go will give you 13 plus).

    Iyo Mother Lanka !!!

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