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Lanka subscribes to twin pillars of democracy, development
Sri Lanka Daily News

Lanka subscribes to twin pillars of democracy, development

Concluding Address by Dr. Chris Nonis, High Commissioner for Sri Lanka to the UK, at the Defence Seminar 2014, August 18-20, 2014 Commander of the Army, Lt. Gen. Daya Ratnayake, Chiefs of the Triforces, distinguished international delegates, Your ... Sri Lanka Daily News, 2 weeks ago
Sri Lanka - towards an advanced economy by 2035 Sri Lanka Daily News, 4 weeks ago

Editorial : The colossal omissions of Commissions

In the spirit of the 1978 Constitution—which unfortunately today is more like a cheque book than a process of checks and balances—the executive power of the sovereign people is exercised by the President and the legislative power by Parliament. ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka3 weeks ago

Embassy of Sri Lanka: President Appoints International Advisory Council to the Disappearances Commission

/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- President Mahinda Rajapaksa appointed an Advisory Council to the Presidential Commission to Investigate Complaints Regarding Missing Persons, extending the scope of the mandate of the commission. The Advisory Council ...
 BusinessWeek1 month ago TOP NOTCH PANEL  Sri Lanka Daily News2 months ago Missing Persons Commission gets an Int'l Advisory panel  The Nation.lk2 months ago Advised At Last  Sri Lanka Sunday Leader1 month ago
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Term of Missing Persons Commission extended

The term of the Presidential Commission investigating alleged disappearances of persons in the Northern and Eastern Provinces has been extended to February 15, 2015. The three-member Presidential Commission to Investigate into Complaints ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 month ago Presence of International advisors increases people's faith  Sunday Observer1 month ago Presidential Commission receives over 19,000 complaints  Sunday Observer1 month ago Disappearances Commission receive 19284 complaints  Lankapuvath1 month ago

ZEID RA'AD AL HUSSEIN, NEW UN HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, ADDRESSES OPENING OF HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCILS 27TH SESSION

ZEID RA'AD AL HUSSEIN, NEW UN HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, ADDRESSES OPENING OF HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCILS 27TH SESSION 8 September 2014 Twenty years ago, I was exposed to a cruel, pointless, war. I was serving with the United Nations Protection ...
 United Nations Office at Geneva1 week ago The Human Rights Commission: Another bash at Goldstone 1  Jerusalem Post1 month ago

So much for Lankan govt's commitment to national unity

The violation and non-protection of the rights to free movement, assembly and speech, which are the fundamental requirements of a free society, as against a police state, serves to strengthen the sense of separation between the north and south which ...
 New Age Bangladesh1 month ago

Rajapaksa inducts war crimes experts in probe panel

President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Thursday directed a Commission of Inquiry appointed by him to probe the roles of Sri Lankan army and the rebel Tigers, during the nearly 30 year war, for alleged violation of international humanitarian law. The ...
 The Hindu2 months ago I am open for talks with TNA on 13th Amendment: MR  Sri Lanka Island3 days ago We will not allow an external probe  The Hindu5 days ago Sri Lanka, Japan to strengthen relations in Maritime Sector and at International Fora  Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago
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Sri Lanka invites the new UN rights chief to visit country

Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa has said that he has extended an invitation to the new United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights to visit Sri Lanka in 2014 to assess Sri Lanka's progress in national reconciliation and to assess the ...
 NewKerala.com1 week ago
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Gulf Times

UN War Crimes Investigators Will Not Be Allowed To Enter Sri Lanka: Rajapaksa

United Nations investigators probing alleged war crimes committed by the Sri Lankan army during the final stages of a 26-year-long conflict with Tamil separatists will not be allowed to enter the country, President Mahinda Rajapaksa said, according ...
 International Business Times4 weeks ago ICRC to Begin Needs Assessment of Missing Persons' Families in September  Lankapuvath1 month ago Activists sceptical on Lanka probe pledge  Gulf Times2 weeks ago Sri Lanka suggests moves to investigate war-time missing  IRIN2 weeks ago
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Eurasia Review

Sri Lanka: More Needed To Probe Dark Past Analysis

By By Dr. Binodkumar Singh Despite growing international pressure to deal with war crimes allegedly committed in the final stage of the conflict between Sri Lankan forces and Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) in 2009, President ...
 Eurasia Review3 weeks ago Sri Lanka: Misdirected Stridency Analysis  Eurasia Review4 weeks ago
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