politics with peace
a climate of political uncertainty gripped the country last week with
the official announcement of the Supreme Court determination on the
19th Amendment to the Constitution, both the ruling Untied National
Front and the People's Alliance were strategising to outsmart the
other, targeting the peace process.
Lasantha Wickrematunge In Nakorn Pathom
LTTE delegation charged during the second round of talks that President
Chandrika Kumaratunga and a group of MPs loyal to her were out to sabotage the
peace process and questioned the stability of the government to meet the
LTTE’s Eastern Province military wing leader Karuna who participated
in the second round of talks in Thailand for the first time, greets
Economic Reforms Minister Milinda Moragoda while LTTE theoretician Dr.
Anton Balasingham looks on
89 million rice shipment to the north
JJ involved in an unpalatable deal
government ministries and other apex bodies within the short space of
11 months since taking to office last year, are fast earning a
reputation of passing the buck — shirking responsibility — when
confronted with a controversial issue.