Concerns regarding SL NGO freedom of expression

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The United States is concerned by reports that the Sri Lankan Ministry of Defense has ordered registered Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and civil society groups to cease their media engagements and activities.

This order undermines Sri Lanka’s longstanding and proud democratic traditions, including freedom of speech and freedom of assembly.

We strongly urge the Government of Sri Lanka to allow civil society organizations and NGOs, which play a vital role in supporting Sri Lanka’s democratic values, to operate freely.

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  • jan chandra Thursday, 10 July 2014 05:31 AM

    To operate freely to propagate US agenda.


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