Archive for februar, 2004

Uduway Damaloka 
Thera taler ved 
pressekonferencen.



De ledende munke under JHU (Jathika Hela Urumaya), Uduwe Damaloka Thera, 
Ellawala Methananda Thera, Athureliye Ratthana Thera og Kolannawe Sumangala
talte ved en pressekonference i Colombos centrum i forbindelse med fremlæggelsen
 af opstillingslisterne.

Ved pressekonferencen udtalte Kolannawe Sumangala, 
topkandidaten for JHU i Colombo, at han betragter valget som en regulær krig 
(Dhamma Yuddhaya) for at sikre den singhalesiske nation og buddhismen.

Ellawela Methananda sagde, at politikerne ikke havde vist nogen interesse for 
det singhalesiske folk efter at SriLanka havde opnået uafhængighed.


JHU-medlem Uduway Damaloka Thea (H), Ellawalw Medananda Thera 
(M) og Athuriyalay Rathnathera (V) taler ved pressekonferencens bord.


JHUs generalsekretær, Uduwe Dhammaloka, der af mange betragtes som 
Gangodawila Soma Theras efterfølger, sagde, at regeringerne har forsømt 
at beskytte buddhismen, idet han henviste til deres stadige kamp for at standse 
umoralske forandringer i SriLanka. Han sagde, at buddhistmunkene deltog i 
valget for at sikre nationen og befri landet for magtsyge politikere. JHU, 
som støttes af Sihala Urumaya (SU), deltager i alle valgdistrikterne på øen 
ved det kommende offentlige valg, 
ifølge dets propaganda-sekretær, Champika Ranawake.


Ledende JHU-munke marcherer til G.A.-kontoret.


Flertallet af JHU-kandidater ville blive udvalgt fra buddhist-kredse, ifølge Ranawake.

Translate:


Malathy tamil kalikudam
Tamilsk sprog
Tamilsk Musik

Arkiver
  • Sri Lanka: Challenging 2006 EU ban on LTTE, next step of legal activism on principled grounds: Mendis 3. december 2019
    Based on the legal victory obtained in 2018 in Switzerland, the Tamil diaspora should relinquish fear and challenge the initial 2006 EU ban on LTTE on moral and justice grounds, said exiled Sinhala activist Viraj Mendis, who addressed a packed audience in Oslo on 09 November. The activist, who has been championing the cause of […]
  • Sri Lanka: China, Pakistan send top diplomats to meet Gotabaya in Colombo 2. december 2019
    Newly elected SL President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, who was visiting New Delhi to patch up Colombo’s relations with India, was also strengthening his trust with China and Pakistan upon his return to Colombo on Monday. Former Chinese Ambassador Wu Jianghao, was visiting Mr Rajapaksa as the envoy of Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi. […]
  • Sri Lanka: Gotabaya seems to have bought 5 years from India to wage ‘development’ genocide in North-East 1. december 2019
    Genocidaire Gotabaya Rajapaksa, the newly elected SL president has refused to implement the pending devolution powers such as police and land powers to the provincial councils in the North and East. “[Y]ou can’t do anything against the wishes and feeling of the majority community,” he told The Hindu during his stay in India. “Look, the […]
  • Sri Lanka: India strengthens defence ties with Japan 30. november 2019
    The Japanese Minister of Defense Kono Taro and Minister of Foreign Affairs Motegi Toshimitsu met their Indian counterparts Rajnath Singh and Subrahmanyam Jaishankar in the first India-Japan “2+2” defence and regional foreign policy meeting in New Delhi on Saturday. Apart from the move for the speedy conclusion of the Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement (ACSA) defence […]
  • Sri Lanka: New Delhi appeases Colombo as Eelam Tamil leaders fail to demand international mediation 29. november 2019
    While Eelam Tamil political parties, particularly the TNA, are yet to place their demands to the geopolitical actors of an internationally mediated settlement to the national question in the island, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi has offered a $450 million line of credit to Colombo, which includes $400 million for developing infrastructure and $50 million […]