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The human rights issue in Sri Lanka will be taking center stage as the UN Human Rights Council meets in Geneva from 22 February to 23 March for its 46th Session. Tamil National Alliance (TNA) parliamentarian M.A Sumanthiran is among those advocating for stronger action on Sri Lanka over its failure to meet its commitments to the Council.  In an interview with Daily Mirror online, Sumanthiran responded to allegations made against the TNA, India’s role in Geneva and the return of the US to the Council. 

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  Comments - 6

  • dickie bird Wednesday, 24 February 2021 06:07 PM

    Sumanthiran, what do you think the LTTE proxies the TNA were doing in the South during the 30 year war? What are the Tamils doing in the WP owning houses and businesses? What else do you need you hypocrite??? Do not trade unfounded Tamil cause for the survival of the Tamil politicians. You give equal rights to the Low Caste Tamils.

    dickie bird Tuesday, 02 March 2021 09:13 PM

    There is a One year Old Child too wanting equal Rights. Walkers needed for the Peace walk from Dondra to Pt. Pedro.

    Lokka Thursday, 04 March 2021 09:22 PM

    Mr. Sumanthiran, you have not yet told us what rights you don't have what others have. Please elaborate

    ravi meegawatte Friday, 05 March 2021 04:38 AM

    i agreed for this.Yes tell us what right

    Saka Tuesday, 09 March 2021 03:09 PM

    Yes that was what I was abut to write , so called heros for no reason. All political agendas to be in power. Feel sorry about all Sri Lankans.

    Haris Wijayasiri Friday, 12 March 2021 02:53 AM

    I too would like the answer to that question. I do not see any discrimination when I the happenings around the country. The absence of law and order is a common problem which all citizens without 'influence' are facing. A Sinhala politicians son was beaten-up not too long ago. The aggressors did not know that he has 'connections'.

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