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UK Parliament Refuses to Accept On-line Petition Against Lifting Ban on LTTE Tamil Terrorists

The Petitions Team of the UK Government and Parliament has refused to accept to publish the online petition created by Sri Lankan civil society group in the UK on UK parliament  Online petition portal;  https://petition.parliament.uk/help#standards

The Petitions team of the UK Government and Parliament has stated that they cannot accept the petition titled “Against lifting the ban on brutal terrorists’ organisations in United Kingdom.”.

Their statement has further stated that the petition included with confidential, libellous, false, unproven or defamatory information against LTTE Tamil terrorist , or a reference to a case where there are active legal proceedings. Therefore, it cannot be published the petition because it makes accusations of criminal activity.

The UK political parties are notoriously infamous for their pro-LTTE Tamil terrorist’s stance to gain cheap political advantages during the UK elections to influence Tamil votes.



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