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MR gets the LLRC report

FLASH: The Lessons Learned and Reconciliation Commission handed over a much anticipated report to President Mahinda Rajapaksa this evening.

The document was handed over by the head of the Lessons Learned and Reconciliation Commission.

The 400 page document includes testimonials of victims and families of victims affected by the war between the Sri Lankan army and the LTTE.

In the final report the commission has made several recommendations to the Sri Lankan government to address some concerns and issues in the country.

The commission said the success of its work will depend on the extent to which its recommendations are implemented, especially in the context of the tardy track record of successive Sri Lankan governments in that regard.

The Commission held 57 public sessions and undertook 12 field visits at over 40 locations to talk to the people in the north and east and in other war affected areas of the country.

Representations were heard or received from a broad spectrum of people and organizations including the general public, detained LTTE cadres, former members of other armed groups, Sri Lankan expatriates and persons who have been generally affected by the conflict.

3 Comments for “MR gets the LLRC report”

  1. raj

    if Adolf Hitler alived today, he would have received a report on his crimes against Jewish.

  2. Tomsamusa

    This report will make or break already fragmented sinking lanka. The pakse mafia,very much like the gadaffi and saddam clan will be the architects of the disintergration of this island.
    Of course india will feel the ripple effects of this human tsunami.

  3. Refugee

    I am a gram (kadali kareya) seller, can I buy the report? Lot of paper going vested,

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