The Sunday Leader

Lanka keen to implement LLRC report

 

The government informed parliament today that it had no objections to implementing the recommendations of the Lessons Learned and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC).

Minister Susil Premjayantha said that the government stand has always been to implement the recommendations of the LLRC.

However he said there were doubts if the UN Human Rights Council had other intentions and not just to see the implementation of the report.

The UN Human Rights Council adopted a resolution on Sri Lanka last month which called for the full implementation of the LLRC recommendations.

However the government said it will not fully implement the recommendations as the commission had gone beyond its mandate in some areas.

The parliament today wound up a two day debate on the resolution adopted at the UN Human Rights Council.

Susil Premjayantha said the government felt the UN Human Rights Council was attempting to lay the groundwork to take action against Sri Lanka’s political leaders and military officials over allegations of committing war crimes during the final stages of the war against the LTTE.

4 Comments for “Lanka keen to implement LLRC report”

  1. KING KONG

    I wonder whether he has still not finished reading the LLRC ………..I have been seeing him in various kits and still on the couch!

  2. DeSilva

    We are not surprised with the intension of this government. LLRC is just a “time passing activity” under taken by this government to hoodwink the international community.

  3. THIS IDIOT CAN’T READ ENGLISH, HE IS JUST HOLDING UP THIS BOOK PRINTED IN ENGLISH FOR THE CAMERA
    PHOTO-SHOOT. WHAT A PATHETIC JOKER THIS BUGGER IS.

  4. LELA

    can this bugger really read?

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