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Could Sri Lanka have ignored resolution 30/1?
Could Sri Lanka have ignored resolution 30/1?

Considering the nature of the resolution, to completely ignore it would have been a severely detrimental move on the part of Sri Lanka. It would give a direct message that the Government did not want to promote reconciliation, hold perpetrators accountable or protect human rights in Sri Lanka. The message sent out by the Government would have been that Sri Lanka was…

Daily News - Mar 18 15:19 GMT - more ... [ Tags: History, Genocide, WarCrimes ]

Freedom from Torture calls on Sri Lankan government to stop dismissing medical evidence of torture, following Supreme Court ruling
Freedom from Torture calls on Sri Lankan government to stop dismissing medical evidence of torture, following Supreme Court ruling
Freedom from Torture calls on Sri Lankan government to stop dismissing medical evidence of torture, following Supreme Court ruling

“This judgment by the highest court in Britain is a wake-up call for President Sirisena and others who continue to deny Sri Lanka’s responsibility for war crimes including torture. The Supreme Court has accepted that there was extensive torture by state forces in Sri Lanka in 2009 and noted that evidence of fabricated torture injuries by asylum seekers was…

Freedom From Torture - Mar 13 14:16 GMT - more ... [ Tags: SLMilitary, Genocide, WarCrimes ]

Gary Anandasangaree
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