Colombo Telegraph

The Uphill Road

The Winners In Sri Lanka’s Civil War Continue To Make Life Hard For The Losers

Often, when Sri Lanka’s ethnic-Sinhalese-dominated government appears to be offering a hand in friendship to the Tamil minority, it turns out to be a slap in the face. For example, in 2010 it appointed a Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission to investigate the final phase of the 26-year civil war.

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