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LLRC report to be made public

President Mahinda Rajapakse has decided to make public the report of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission, External Affairs Minister G.L. Peiris said today.

The Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission had earlier said the report may not go public and will only be handed over to the President.

However speaking to reporters in Colombo today, G.L. Peiris said that the President has already decided to place the report in the public domain.

He said that the decision on making the report public is a decision which only the government can take and not the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission.

He also said that the report will be handed over to the President before November 15 as scheduled.

9 Comments for “LLRC report to be made public”

  1. raj

    its mission and vision was writting at the beginning. Likewise, the report of LLRC report was written at the beginning of the commission. It will justify the government’s action and can be used as a tool to countre UN report.

  2. raj

    how many criminals in the world have ever prepared reports on their crimes?

  3. LOVE2be1TRAITOR1

    how about the legitimacy of this report?only the UN has to see if its legitimate or not.

    in this country, a presidential advisors family couldnt get justice, how pathetic is it to expect it from LLRC? lol

  4. nizam

    well said Raj

  5. We, Srilankans have no faith in the LLRC report. This report will be produced to the tune of Mahinda Rajapakse and his family. Mahinda Rajapakse is trying very hard to paint a good picture about himself and his goons. Mahinda can cheat the entire world but he cannot cheat the GOD. Mahinda and his brothers together with his army chiefs and Congress leadership in New Delhi are going to pay a big price for the mass murders of innocent Tamil civilians killed during the final stages of the war. People like Wimal, Champika, Mahinda Samarasinghe and G L Peiris are working hard to be in the good books of Mahinda. Criminal are ruling in Sri Lanka and people like Ranil is also playing into the hands of Mahinda. Time will tell.

  6. John

    UNSG’s report is a report by colonial parasites like Yasmin Sooka and Nava Pillai.

    The SL government should not have ventured in to the past.

  7. Dilshan

    Media opinion urges Philippines to follow genocidal Sri Lanka
    [TamilNet, Sunday, 06 November 2011, 12:15 GMT]

    Philippines should follow Sri Lanka’s model in getting Chinese assistance and annihilate the Moro National Liberation Front (MILF) fighting for the nation of Muslims in Philippines, urges an Outlook column appeared in Philippine Daily Inquirer, Thursday. A similar outlook in Burma’s military government against the Karen nationalists has been pointed out in many media reports after the genocidal war against the nation of Eezham Tamils in the island of Sri Lanka.

    The US and India, by setting the stage, by finishing a national war to genocidal end and by continue sitting on political and criminal justice, have inspired a host of rogue States to follow the genocidal path, but ironically the ill-gotten gains of the ‘inspiration’ goes to China, commented a political science academic in the Tamil diaspora.

  8. Dilshan

    Not only Burma and Philipines to follow the Evil Buddhist Lankan Regime. Even Good Chrisitian countries like USA and the West will use Sht Lanka to kill their opponents with full impunity.

  9. nSathees

    It seems like that Sarath Fonseka will come under attack again. The Gov. needs some one to point the finger.

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