19 September, 2018

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Ban Ki-moon In Sri Lanka: Wiggie May Boycott Meeting

Northern Province Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran is contemplating boycotting a high profile meeting with United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on grounds that he has been sidelined.

C.V. Wigneswaran - Northern Chief

C.V. Wigneswaran – Northern Chief

Even though a meeting has been scheduled with Governor of the North Reginald Cooray during Ban’s visit to Sri Lanka, Wigneswaran has not been extended an invitation to the meeting and instead the Tamil National Alliance has told Wigneswaran that if he wishes he could take part as a member of their delegation to meet the UN Secretary General.

As per the schedule released by the UN office in Colombo, the Secretary-General will travel to Jaffna on September 2, where he is also expected to visit a resettlement site.

The UN Secretary General will arrive in Sri Lanka today on a three day visit. During his stay, Ban will meet with President Maithripala Sirisena, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and members of the Government and Parliament.

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    C.V. Wigneswaran – Northern Chief

    RE: Ban Ki-moon In Sri Lanka: Wiggie May Boycott Meeting

    “Northern Province Chief Minister C.V. Wigneswaran is contemplating boycotting a high profile meeting with United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on grounds that he has been sidelined.”

    So, what do the Para-Tamils and Para-Sinhala have on common in the Land of Native Veddah Aethho, besides being Paras?

    Their Egos!

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      Wiggi

      Go and waggy your tailless back,

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    What is this Moon going to do here now ..may be before retirement just making a show?
    Where was this Moon during 2009 May Tamils were massacred with Chemical weapons supplied by poverty India?
    Why he is still trying to protect Malayali Nambiar an architect of this Tamils massacre ?
    Why he is dancing to the tune of poverty Indian government using the connection of Moon `s Bengali son-in -law Siddartha Roy ?
    Is it true Malayali Nambiar has got the chief-of staff post through this Bengali son-in-law?
    Mr.Vigneswaran is right there is no need to waste his time with this show.
    Ex-US representative Mr.Boden is right it is better to raze down this talking shop UN in New York.
    Cheers

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      Cool story, bro :D

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      Nothing is going to happen until Main Funder of UN the president of USA is elected. It was the same with supreme court judge USA and its the same here.

      Ban Ki is out to tie a few rotten ends and he does not mind mingling with the pirates on either side. Ban Ki is rotten if Trump wins.

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      The SG of UN cannot so much as understand the importance of the office of Chief Minister. Why should CM meet him at all when the latter is happy with the music of Colombo?

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      What about Vigneswaran’s sons? vigis one son married with Vasudeva Nanayakaara’s daughter and the other with Keseralal Gunasekera’daughter, please create some interesting stories about Vigneswaran’s Singala connection too.

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        the capitals urban crowd are not as mad as the sinhalese villagers under the umbrella along the beach or the tamil under the umbrella and the palmyrah tree.

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          Sinhalese have never been mad about inter racial marriages. it is only tamils who are racist

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            sachoooooooooooooooooooo the stupid II

            “Sinhalese have never been mad about inter racial marriages. it is only tamils who are racist”

            Are you sure Chief Minister C V Wigneshwaran’s children are Sinhalese and both were mad about getting married to Tamils?

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              stupid vedda
              Who is stupid here, Sach or you???
              The only thing you do is calling other writers insulting names! What a low life!

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                “”Who is stupid here””

                YOU, “we do not know,”

                You have only hurt your ego for reasons known to you.
                High Fly??

                Unlike beastly behaviour eusense
                The free humans always do things better
                “we do not know, but soon.”

                Since a little over a decade Sri Lanka has developed a reputation like Nepal “No problem” the killer virus.

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                Nuisance the stupid I

                It appears that stupid come in a pair.

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            “”it is only tamils who are racist “”

            it means you are heyna race, buffalo race??
            there is animal race as in mahawamse bestality breed sinhala buddhist. hyena race and they hunt in packs.

            you are partly human and only at times yet you want to rule the world.

            Higgano..nayakarayo.

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            sachooooo the dummy, hahahahahahhaha yeah ok you are correct. What else do you want to tell us from the great wisdom you posses?

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    When this moon came in 2009 he walked on Tamil people’s dead bodies. Finally he washed MR’s dirty and bloody dresses for dollers. Whan the hell of good will happen to Tamil people this time. At least he should not open his garbage mouth this time. Please go to North Korea, your companian Kim will treat you the way you should be treated. Bloody cheaters.

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      Shamil

      “When this moon came in 2009 he walked on Tamil people’s dead bodies. “

      Actually, he didn’t walk on Tamil people’s dead bodies he flew over the devasted area.

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      shamil
      Tamil “people” started a suicide murdering terror war against the country. The GOSL took care of them rightfully. People die in wars and that is nothing new. Didn’t the stupid Tamil “people” not know that? Now grin and bear it. End of story.

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    Few more months left for Ban Ki- Moon what can he contribute to the victims and the reconcilliation.

    How can any sort of genuine reconcilliation and fair devolution of power occur when the elected CM is ignored or sidelined and at times ridiculed.

    Governer Reginald Cooray has to come clean if he is an honest person.

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    There are Tamils News saying UNSG may meet NPC members. I have no way of checking those news.

    Whatever it is, the war took place in North. UNSG must consult the NPC of the progress. Otherwise, if he is meeting only the Goverment Agent, Literally, he is the cover up Government Agent, it is clear Ban-ki-Moon is visiting to satisfy Mangala’s request visit and rubber stamp there frauds for UNHRC, but not on the capacity as UNSG.

    While this is in progress, to overshadow this, the parallel drama Mangala putting is scary. He has sent out Old King to meet somebody at Kuala Lumpur on a paid trip. Who Old King meeting there will indicate how successful Mangala will be on getting Old King out of UNHRC resolution. Ranil is going to Singapore. When UNSG is here there are something fishy is going out there. It looks like Old King almost out of hook.

    I wonder, to make this more glamorous (or clamorous) only they refused CV access to UNSG.

    We may have to wait and see.

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    Do we care whether moon meet our Vici or meet useless people or even karuna or duggi. Just come and enjoy things and and accumulate few more karma for the next life. Really speaking it is better to keep him out of secret north. God will pardon uneducated poor army but not manipulative people – can do anything when you are young but when you become old you can’t escape death or suffering. At the end Vicki will join God but not moon, MR or sambanthar.

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    Wiggie,,go somewhere. Moon coming to close the white flag case forever..

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    It is good on him to boycott the meeting as democratically elected people who represent hmm are fed up with the UN

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    Is Moon coming with his son in law Nambiar?

    NPC election manifesto 2013 http://tnapolitics.org/?page_id=72

    Mr Wigneswaran is trying to stick to TNA manifesto.

    I am not sure if Mr Sampanthan & rest of the MPs are sticking to what said in the election manifestos.

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    Wigge should self-immolate. That will make Ban Ki Moon give attention to the priest looking – tobacco farmer.

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      is self immoculation one of the teaching of Lord Budha?

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      Priest looking farmer ! Hmm how sexy. I am feeling jealous that I don’t look like priest looking farmer. Much better than pig looking state terrorists.

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      jim softy the dimwit

      “Wigge should self-immolate.”

      Don’t go near him in case if he hugged you.

      Definitely Tamil From North is going to miss you.

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        NV, when is Jim Shit going to do this? Please let me know, I will whip out my 1970s camera to take these happy moments. Jimmy boy, is a sad clown.

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        stupid vedda
        You should do the same for the sake of all Tamils.
        Then one less moron in this forum!

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          Nuisance the stupid I

          I am prepared to hug you though with reluctance (not because I am scared of dying but because of bad vibes from you) if you are kind enough to self-immolate.

          One stupid is too many, hence ….. there are many readers in this forum who are happy to pay for enough petrol and some would volunteer to pour it on you from top to bottom.

          If I could be of help, I don’t mind ….. any time.

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      [Edited out]

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    Suggest that Mr. Vigneswaran CM, NPC accept TNA’s invitation and part-
    cipate in the meeting with UN Secy. Gen Ban Ki Moon.. At this meeting
    he should blast the UN coordinator for not offering an opportunity to
    meet the UNSG separately while the Governor is given that opportunity.
    The question arises as to if UNSG wanted to meet TNA, why did he not
    arrange to meet them in Colombo.It is not a done thing that he visits
    CM’s territory, where most of the Tamil problems exit, and does not meet him, at least as a matter of courtesy. Can the UN high command in Colombo give a valid reason for this planned insult of CM, NPC.

    The reason is simple. UN has to give many answers for the neglect of
    the two provinces where UN itself promised many a times on Jaffna soil that solutions will be found under their guidance and Mr. Vignes
    -waran, with his legal mind, would have pounded UNSG for answers, if he had one on one talks. However, The Tamils of N/E should not take him seriously as Hon. Ban Ki Moon is not a fact finding mission but
    on his last lap of his duties prior to his retirement and we wish him well.

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    Moon has no shame. He should be banned not from the NE but from Sri Lanka.

    He was flown in to the battle field in 2009 as the no fire zone was set ablaze.

    Traumatised children were “forcibly recruited” by the army to stand in a row and force a smile and one garlanded him

    All he wants is another photo shoot out for his CV to apply for his next job

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      Rajash,

      What should the UN do to help us?

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        LW
        Help who? The Tamil terror supporters or Sri Lanka?

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        LW I presume you mean “us Tamils”

        UN turned a blind eye when help was needed.

        Now the war is over. Ban Ki Moon’s visit is more of a cosmetic exercise.
        In his view Sri Lanka is another country where UN has helped to eradicate terrorism and now providing humanitarian help to the displaced and those traumatised by the war.

        He is here to pat himself on his shoulder. He will pay lip service to Sampanthan and Wiggy make a customary rewuest to My3 and off he go.

        Addressing your question “What should the UN do to help us? (Tamils)” I added the Tamil bit.

        Other than humanitarian help they cant do much. That is UN’s mandate.

        They can’t even send a UN peace keeping force, now that the war is over, and ask the Sri Lankan Govt to pull back the troops.

        What the NE needs is direct foreign investment to create employment.

        Unfortunately all direct foreign investments are routed through the central Govt in Colombo

        I agree with Sampanthan to certain extent that all provincial councils , just not NE,(Dayan please note), need more devolved power. They need power to go out and bid for direct foreign investment.

        The issue with the Sri Lankan economy is that it’s Colombo/South centric.(Colombo and Hambantota)

        There is an urgent need to push the economic development to other provinces including the NE

        Its not ONLY Democracy but Economic development of NE and other regions that will bring racial harmony through prosperity.

        India is a case in point.
        Since opening up the economy every state in India has prospered. The State Governments such as , Dayan’s favourite Tamil Nadu, have the power to legislate tax havens and attract direct foreign investments.

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    C V Wigneswaran enjoys boycotting important meetings, time for him to resign his CM position, in order to enjoy his retirement. Clearly, he can’t find common grounds to work together with others. Keeping him will be a disaster for Tamils, and also for Sri Lanka.

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      Wigge behaves very much like pabakaran except he does not carry a gun and he does not train suicide bop=mbers and black tigers.

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      Quarter of the head of the states boycotted Common Wealth meeting in Sri Lanka. Number of boycotts were historically high. Last time I checked, they didn’t resign after skipping the meeting. Some people don’t seem to u deters for politics. Just going bla bla in the forum.

      Keeping him disaster for Tamils and for Sri Lanka? Tamils don’t interfere with the politics of southern province. Singalese shouldn’t stick their nose in the politics of Nothern prince. If you stick in your nose in somebody”s nose it will just stink. Then don’t complain it’s stinking.

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        aj
        Isn’t it sad that every so called Tamil “leader” has miserably failed the Tamil people since independence? I have been watching, according to you and many other writers in this forum, Tamils are suffering. Is it true? Why not get a Muslim or a Sinhalese as your leader?

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      See here, man, not on the earth, nor even elsewhere out in Prapancham too, there is any place available to deport you other than Australia. When NPC get some power that is what they have to do as the first thing, after all,that is the lesson Don Stephan taught to Tamils by deporting them to India as the first important bill passed in the Ceylon Parliament right after freedom. COULD YOU TALK AND FIND SOME COMMON GROUND WITH AUSTRALIA BEFORE NPC SIT DOWN TO DO THAT JOB AS FAVOR FOR YOU?.

      Fools are something, but annoying fools really another thing. When we come to CT and see some personalities who are deported here and there by everybody, not wanted in their places only we understand even god commit sin against humanity by downloading on the earth what ever he does not wanted in the hell. Don’t we?

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      Antany Peter

      “C V Wigneswaran enjoys boycotting important meetings,”

      Did he boycott a prearranged meeting with you?

      I can understand why.

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        what a nonsensical response!
        This is not a children’s forum moron!

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          Nuisance the stupid I

          “This is not a children’s forum moron!”

          If this is not then is this a forum exclusively for those who in their second childhood? If yes, you can have this forum exclusively for yourself, we are leaving.

          Does sachoooo the stupid II help you to change your diaper? I wonder who helps her to change hers. Maybe she should ask HLD M, Sinhala Panda, somaasss, …..

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            No end to Stupidity!

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              USSR in USA, Go sell bulto in a petti kadai.

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    Wigi
    We know you will do the right thing. You do whatever you decide to do and the Tamils will support you. The TNA is at the verge of going out and there will be a time you have to lead the Tamils.
    You do not need to give reasons for your stand. Who is Ban-ki Moon, who cannot speak proper English and who dances to the tune of the major powers.

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    Comment based on the assumption that the report is reasonably accurate.

    The CM NPC is the elected representative. The Governor NP is a political appointee.

    Why meet TNA in Jaffna? Can meet them in Colombo. Clearly designed to insult the CM NP.

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      K.Pillai – Your last para. in your comments is worth a million dollars.
      M/s Sambanthan & Sumanthiran who runs TNA are elites from Colombo and they live and do their legal practice in Colombo.None of them had the guts to ask the UN office as to why UNSG is not meeting CM,NPC in JAF
      and why TNA was asked to come to Jaffna for a meeting, instead having it in the UN Office in Colombo. TNA should have boycotted the meeting
      with UN Secy. Gen. as a mark of respect to the CM,NPC.

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        Lanka Watch,

        “None of them had the guts to ask the UN office as to why UNSG is not meeting CM,NPC in JAF and why TNA was asked to come to Jaffna for a meeting, instead having it in the UN Office in Colombo”

        While the CM has some support among the Jaffna elite, members of the NPC, parts of Jaffna mass media and diaspora he doesn’t enjoy much support among the TNA MPs. His (=TPC) real support among the masses in the North will be tested in elections. In the EP the CM has very little support.

        The CM is constantly been sidelined or boycotts meetings voluntarily. When he meets foreign envoys or media the result is a repetition of old demands, old claims and never any sign of real willingness for reconciliation and development.

        If I remember correctly the CM tried to arrange “direct aid” from the UN to the NP last year. He was also accused of in the same case having demanded a well paying job for a relative from the UN. The UN publicly rejected his attempts. Part of the story was in the media. I assume that the UN after this fiasco is careful with any contacts with the CM. I believe that the TNA MPs and the UN know more of the different dubious activities of the CM than the general public does.

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    The Tamils political class, their parties and members of Parliaments and North Council that are basically Tamil chauvinist who seek “home land” for Tamil rough regime in North part of Island by the TNA’s political road map.

    They -TNA’s leadership and CM of North want chaos, confusion that the right of self-determinations of Tamils become anarchy—these are a wild Tamil chauvinist’s outcries that the Tamil web sites are hurling at the North and East.

    Let us ignore Tamil outcries. During the visit of UNO-Ban Ki Moon what is substance of their “home land” and “war crime” argument?

    Their(TNA of Tamil political class) only argument is that until a new Constitutional ‘Changes’ is convened it will be impossible to settle in a regular manner the issue of Tamis North-East demarcation and merge, her freedom, her right to land and police power and so on and so forth.

    They insist to UNO Ban Ki Moon on a guarantee of “separatism” by ‘war crimes’, hence police and land powers –this expression used in Tamil web articles gives the whole gist of their arguments.

    But that politics of TNA and NC -CM is an obvious lie , it is manifestly shameless thing on the part of TNA, JVP and UNP led Ranil. W.. MS of President and CBK counter-revolutionaries in present context of our democrats is concern.

    For to advance of TNA and CM of North such political move and argument means actually helping USA neo-colonial forces installed Military base in Eastern Harbour, by promoting real traitors to our nation sovereignty and democratic revolution betray by CM of North.

    In fact we don’t know where the UNP led compromised Govt. counter Revolution has its headquarters ?

    We are asking permit us to help you out of your ignorance.
    The counter-revolution which is afoot has its leadership by TNA and JVP of the join opposition leadership, hence joint hand with UNP-Ranil W… MS and CBK installed of the “Good Government’ and ‘rule of Law” since 2105 January 9th in Colombo.

    It counter-revolutionaries including Tamil of foreign diasporas are the secreted members of TNA and LTTE & retired civil servants of former high -ranking officers.

    Ongoing Ban KI Moon visit want that justified war crime allegation by Tamil of TNA human right outfit against sovereignty of majority nation in our land .

    But what is the UNO Ban Ki Moon conclusion of current visit?

    Aim of visit of Ban Ki Moon is partition and divide Island for Tamils rough state in North and an open way for New USA military base in Trincomalee- Sri lanka.

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    An open letter from The Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice to Ban Ki-Moon

    31 August 2016

    Dear Secretary-General,

    Much has changed in Sri Lanka since your last visit in May 2009. On that occasion you said “I have travelled around the world and visited similar places, but [these are] by far the most appalling scenes I have seen.”1 Many of the changes have been positive: there has been no return to fighting, the IDP camps that you visited have been disbanded, and most people in Sri Lanka feel freer than they did under the oppressive Rajapaksa regime.

    The United Nations, in particular the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and the Human Rights

    Council, has played a significant role in this transition. However, Sri Lanka’s transition from armed conflict to a

    lasting and a sustainable peace is far from complete, and it is important to maintain the high level of international pressure and scrutiny necessary to see it through

    We would urge you, in your statements during your visit, to make the four following general points, and additionally to take up one specific case which we consider vitally important and emblematic.

    First, we would urge you to draw attention to the serious human rights issues that persist in Sri Lanka. Ongoing

    violations of human rights, including sexual violence, are still taking place in the north and east of the country. As a result, the climate of fear which used to grip the entire nation still exists among large numbers of people, particularly in those areas. Here civil society remains under a significant degree of surveillance. Furthermore, most land under military occupation has still not been released to its rightful owners, the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Act is still in daily use, and around 120 people are still detained without charge.2 This climate makes the
    implementation of Sri Lanka’s reconciliation and transitional justice agenda far more difficult.

    Secondly, we feel it would be appropriate for you to use this opportunity to apologise to the people of Sri Lanka

    for the United Nations’ inadequate efforts to prevent loss of life in early 2009. As you yourself said,3 the 2012

    United Nations Internal Review Panel Report demonstrated “that the United Nations system failed to meet its responsibilities”. Our research has shown that many survivors of the Sri Lankan civil war feel that they are owed an apology, not just by the Government of Sri Lanka for its actions, but also by the international community and the UN for failing to make greater efforts to protect them.4 An apology would go some way to restore their faith in the system and to build support for UN efforts to support justice, accountability and reconciliation in the country.

    Thirdly, we feel it is essential that you impress upon the Government of Sri Lanka the importance of fulfilling the commitments that it has made. As you have said, “the victims of all communities, their families and the Sri Lankan nation itself demand no less than a full and proper reckoning.”5 In September 2015 the Government of Sri Lanka

    1 http://edition.cnn.com/2009/WORLD/asiapcf/05/23/sri.lanka.united.nations/

    2 https://www.srilankacampaign.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/The-Path-to-Peace-final.pdf

    3 https://www.un.org/sg/en/content/sg/statement/2012-11-14/statement-secretary-general-internal-review-panel-report-sri-lanka

    4 https://www.srilankacampaign.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/How-Can-We-Have-Peace-Sri-Lanka-Campaign-March-2015-3-1.pdf
    5 http://www.un.org/press/en/2015/sgsm17083.doc.htm

    co-sponsored Human Rights Council resolution 30/1, thereby committing itself to a series of actions which, if implemented in full, would give the opportunity for such a reckoning.

    Yet already there have been disturbing signs that the resolution will not be implemented. The first of the four mechanisms established by the resolution, the Office of Missing Persons, was brought into being with only very minimal consultation with the families of the disappeared, and the President of Sri Lanka has made a series of statements suggesting that no international judges, defence lawyers or authorized prosecutors will participate in the accountability mechanism, in direct and serious contravention of the resolution.6 We have been monitoring the implementation of the 25 action points contained within the operative paragraphs of the resolution. We find that only three of the 25 are on track, and we have cause for concern with regard to eight of them.7 We are particularly concerned about the absence of any substantial progress on the issue of accountability.

    We fear that the Government of Sri Lanka may not be committed to the programme of transitional justice, despite its importance for victims and for reconciliation within Sri Lankan society, and that the Government may feel that it has now done enough to satisfy the wishes of the international community. We trust that you will make every effort to ensure that your visit will not have the unintended consequence of reinforcing this perception, which would only undermine Sri Lanka’s hard-won and yet to be implemented reconciliation programme, and thereby the prospects for lasting peace.

    Fourthly, it is vital that the international community remain engaged in Sri Lanka’s reconciliation process for some time to come, and be willing to offer such support as is needed. It is therefore imperative that you publicly give the fullest possible support to the High Commissioner’s efforts to open a country office in Sri Lanka. A country office would support the process set out in Resolution 30/1, report on what is happening on the ground, and act as a bridge between the reconciliation process and the Government of Sri Lanka. We hope you will use your visit to advance the negotiations with the Sri Lankan Government on the establishment of this office.

    Finally, we would like to draw your attention to the case of Balendran Jeyakumary, a single mother from Kilinochchi whose son appears to have been disappeared and who was arrested and held in detention for almost a year after speaking out about this. She continues to be harassed to this day by the police.8

    This is not only having a terrible effect on Jeyakumary and her young daughter. It also has serious consequences for Sri Lanka as a whole. Jeyakumary is not a professional activist but a concerned mother. Her case is a totemic one, and her treatment is having a chilling effect. There are many mothers in Sri Lanka who lost children in the war. The way Jeyakumary has been treated is causing them to lose faith in Sri Lanka’s truth-seeking mechanisms, and to be less willing to participate in the Government’s mechanisms for tracing missing persons. We urge you to raise her case, its wider implications and effects, and the ongoing harassment of war survivors and activists of which it forms a part, with your hosts.

    We would be happy to provide you with any further information you require on any of these matters.

    Kind regards,

    Fred Carver
    Campaign Director

    Sri Lanka Campaign

    6 https://www.srilankacampaign.org/mixed-messages-what-now-for-justice-in-sri-lanka/

    7 https://www.srilankacampaign.org/take-action/keep-the-promise/

    8 freejeyakumary.wordpress.com

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      anpu,
      Another letter straight to the trash can!

      My short letter to the “Sri Lanka Campaign for Peace and Justice”;

      Tamils started a terrorists war against the citizens of Sri lanka. The GOSL defeated the terrorist war. Wars are ugly and people die. Blame the Terrorist Tamils and the diaspora Tamils who funded it not anybody else. End of story.

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    Once again we did it at CT. We stressed here on meeting between UNSG and NPC elected members, people’s well being have to be first, not political revenges and tug of war. A decent invitation was given to NPC CM and ministers. They have gone to Jaffna Library and met the UNSG. It appears the blockade might have been put in place by New King. He had warned Ban-Ki-Moon not talk to Northern Tamil leadership as they will tell that Yahapalanaya Goverment did not do anything for them. But it was the duty of the UN to pick up proper representation of Tamils, instead of government’s agents and consulting the war crime committed Lankawe Goverment.

    Thanks for UNSG inviting NPC to meet them. Thanks for NPC ministers taking Tamils plight to UN. This is the path Old King and Kathirgamar taught us. Now it is settled.

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