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Say no to anti-SL proposals: WFJ

2017-03-27 12:04:36
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Women for Justice (WFJ) Organization staged a protest in Colombo 7 today against the anti-Sri Lanka proposals which had been submitted to the UN Human Rights Council meeting held in Geneva last week. Pix by Waruna Wanniarachchi


  Comments - 6

  • ANTON Monday, 27 March 2017 13:02

    GO LADIES GO !!! WE ARE WITH YOU......

    Reply : 8       34

    Perumal Monday, 27 March 2017 14:23

    Now, who is Nimalka? Aunty Sri Lanka? mistaken as Anti Sri Lanka?

    Reply : 1       9

    shanella Monday, 27 March 2017 15:51

    congratulations! sad that the SL government has no back bone to take action against these NGO"s who sell the country for Dollars. keep going ladies we are with you!WE stands for the majority right thinking people who loves this country .

    Reply : 8       20

    Shalom Monday, 27 March 2017 16:45

    You people are only one sided .and think only yourself. So selfishness.! and never want to solve the communal problem started by your SL government since 1948.

    Reply : 19       1

    Aravinda Monday, 27 March 2017 17:26

    Mahinda Rajapakse also went to Geneva to protest against disappearances at the Thirty-first session of the Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances.He was stopped at Katunayaka airport on 11.9.1990 and he filed a fundamental rights case in the Supreme Court. In his affidavit MR said that he carried documents and photographs about deaths and disappearances to be submitted in Geneva. He said that the photos and documents were to be used to protect human rights in Sri Lanka.This case is reported in Vol. 2 of 1992 Sri Lanka Law Reports, page 223. What is good for MR is bad for NF

    Reply : 9       6

    johan Monday, 27 March 2017 20:05

    Joint opposition also went to Geneva including Gaman,Dallas against present Government.Where were these women at that time. May be they are allpaid protestors

    Reply : 5       1

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