Pro-LTTE TNA wants Hybrid Court in Sri Lanka
Pro-LTTE Tamil terrorist political party Tamil National Alliance (TNA) has urged the visiting EU delegation to pressure President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s government to fully implement the accountability resolution co-sponsored by the Sirisena-Wickremesinghe government in Oct. 2015.
The resolution called for hybrid so called war crimes courts with foreign judges, including those representing Commonwealth countries.
The European Union delegation led by Paola Pampaloni Director, Deputy Managing Director, Asia Pacific met Leader of the Tamil National Alliance Sampanthan recently in Colombo. The TNA, the official representative of the LTTE Tamil terrorists in Sri Lanka still carry out their separatist propaganda whenever they met visiting foreign delegates to Sri Lanka.
Sampanthan has tried to brief the delegation on the long process that has gone on to find a so called political solution to the myth of national question started with Western backed Yahapalana government which was rejected by the Sri Lankan on 16th Nov. 2019.
A statement issued by the TNA quoted MP Sampanthan as having said that the government of Sri Lanka had not kept to its commitments thus far, and these commitments were made during the armed conflict between the LTTE Tamil terrorists and the Government.
The TNA is trying to paint a picture that these commitments couldn’t be abandoned just because the LTTE had been wiped out.
“Sampanthan, a racist Tamil extremist politician further stressed that the International community must come out in public regarding these commitments, the silence of the international community in these matters is encouraging the government to ignore these commitments.
Further speaking Sampanthan impressed upon the delegation to ensure that the full implementation of the UNHRC resolution which was passed by the Yahapalana government without consent of the people of Sri Lanka is being carried out by the Government of Sri Lanka.
“The EU delegation assured that their concerns on these matters will be reflected soon in their decisions.”