Archive for november, 2005

I sin første henvendelse til parlamentet i Colombo afviste Sri Lanka’s præsident, Mahinda Rajapakse, fredag det tamilske krav om ret til selvbestemmelse og begrebet ‘traditionelt tamilsk hjemland’, undgik at komme ind på norsk mægling og gentog sit hårde standpunkt, der var skitseret i valgmanifestet, ‘Mahinda’s tanker’, udarbejdet efter hans aftale med de ekstreme singhalesiske nationalistpartier, JVP og JHU. Han ophævede P-TOMS aftalen og sagde, han ville erstatte den med tsunami genopbygnings-programmet, ‘Jaya Lanka’ (Sejr til Lanka). Hans ‘nye freds proces’ ville sigte imod at føre direkte samtaler med ‘Tamil Eelam’s Befrielses Tigre’ (LTTE), sagde han.

Rajapakse sagde:’ I stedet for traditionelle hjemlande og selvbestemmelse, der tillader en etnisk gruppe at bryde ud af ‘Den Srilankanske Republik’, vil der blive taget skridt til at sikre alle samfund, herunder singhalesere, tamilere, muslimer og malayer, frihed til at udøve alle de rettigheder, der er indeholdt i grundloven, herunder retten til at bo i alle dele af Sri Lanka, ud fra den betragtning, at hele territoriet er hjemland for alle grupper i samfundet.

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  • Sri Lanka: Student leaders fail to pinpoint ITAK, blame all five Tamil parties for ‘approach failure’ 7. november 2019
    The leaders of the Jaffna University Student Union (JUSU) have passed the blame of the failure to stipulate the choices to be made if and when the actors in the South fail to meet the thirteen-point terms in the document articulated by the mainstream Tamil political parties last month. The document articulated by six parties […]
  • Sri Lanka: SL Police extorts money from Kaaththaankudi Muslim traders 6. november 2019
    Sinhala police officers posing as Terrorist Investigation Division (TID) investigators from a special unit in Colombo engage in widespread extortion of money from the Muslim business owners in Kaaththaan-kudi. The extortion has increased in recent days, and the business owners are reluctant to lodge complaints at the police station in Kaaththaan-kudi even though Tamil-speaking Muslim […]
  • Sri Lanka: SL military warns Tamils against protesting land-grab along Pooneryn sandbar 5. november 2019
    The commander of the occupying Sinhala military stationed in Ki'linochchi, Major General GV Ravipriya, has threatened the people of Kauthaari-munai and the nearby villages along Ma'n'nith-thalai sandbar of Poonakari (Pooneryn) not to object SL Governor's plan of alienating lands to a planned hotel by an Australia-based Tamil trader collaborating with the unitary state of genocidal […]
  • Sri Lanka: Next ploy of Rajapaksa Establishment: Sinhala-Buddhicisation of Tamil youth in North 4. november 2019
    Namal Rajapaksa, the son of former SL President Mahinda Rajapaksa, has managed to deceptively invite 600 Tamil girls promising government employment opportunities through a business operative, SL Ramachandran, a Tamil from Vara'ni in Jaffna. Sinhala-Buddhist extremist monk cum politician of Jathika Hela Urumaya, Athuraliye Rathana thero, was accompanying Mr Rajapaksa to the “introductory show of […]
  • Sri Lanka: ITAK betrays Tamils once again: Suresh Premachandran 3. november 2019
    The leading Sinhala presidential candidates have categorically rejected the thirteen-point joint demands, which were articulated by the main six Tamil parties and unanimously accepted in whole by five of them, including the ITAK. Furthermore, it is evident to anyone that the UNP is not going to deliver the constitutional changes. What happened to the constitutional […]