Dinesh Gunawardena දිනේෂ් ගුණවර්ධන
Posted on November 18th, 2017

“Lord Naseby proves 7000 not 40000, not a Genocide, no war crimes”- Dinesh Gunawardena
Parliament
2017.11.14

******
13 November 2017

Hon Speaker
Parliament of Sri Lanka
Sri Jayawardanapura Kotte

Adjournment Resolution 2017 November 14

I intend to place before the House the following resolution at adjournment on 14 November 2017.

This House resolves
that,
Since Lord Naseby, addressing Britain’s House of Lords, drew attention to the fact that the casualty figures for the last period of the civil conflict in Sri Lanka, which ended in May 2009, cited in the
United Nations’ Darusman Report, were brought into question by the figures quoted by former UN spokesman Gordon Weiss, by former US Ambassador Blake, in the report by the UK’s Major General Holmes, and finally, by the heavily-redacted ommunications from the UK’s Lieutenant Colonel Anton Gash released to him by the British Government; and since he further stated that the UK must recognize that this was a war against
terrorism, so the rules of engagement are based on international humanitarian law, not the European Convention on Human Rights” and that the West, and in particular the US and UK, must remove the threat of war crimes and foreign judges that overhangs and overshadows all Sri Lankans, especially their leaders,” the Government of Sri Lanka should take action to pursue this matter with Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office and with the UN Human Rights Commission to change their unjust positions in regard to Sri Lanka and thereby remove the threat to this country, to its defence forces, and to its leaders, and that the
Government should also report back to Parliament on this matter.

Dinesh Gunawardena, MP
Leader of Joint Opposition

CC: Secretary General

Lord Naseby proves 7000 not 40000, not a Genocide, no war crim…

"Lord Naseby proves 7000 not 40000, not a Genocide, no war crimes"- Dinesh GunawardenaParliament2017.11.14******13 November 2017 Hon Speaker Parliament of Sri Lanka Sri Jayawardanapura Kotte Adjournment Resolution 2017 November 14I intend to place before the House the following resolution at adjournment on 14 November 2017. This House resolves that, Since Lord Naseby, addressing Britain’s House of Lords, drew attention to the fact that the casualty figures for the last period of the civil conflict in Sri Lanka, which ended in May 2009, cited in the United Nations’ Darusman Report, were brought into question by the figures quoted by former UN spokesman Gordon Weiss, by former US Ambassador Blake, in the report by the UK’s Major General Holmes, and finally, by the heavily-redacted ommunications from the UK’s Lieutenant Colonel Anton Gash released to him by the British Government; and since he further stated that “the UK must recognize that this was a war against terrorism, so the rules of engagement are based on international humanitarian law, not the European Convention on Human Rights” and that “the West, and in particular the US and UK, must remove the threat of war crimes and foreign judges that overhangs and overshadows all Sri Lankans, especially their leaders,” the Government of Sri Lanka should take action to pursue this matter with Britain’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office and with the UN Human Rights Commission to change their unjust positions in regard to Sri Lanka and thereby remove the threat to this country, to its defence forces, and to its leaders, and that the Government should also report back to Parliament on this matter. Dinesh Gunawardena, MP Leader of Joint OppositionCC: Secretary General******

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