World Video | Defence | Foreign Affairs | Natural Events | Trade | NZ in World News | NZ National News Video | NZ Regional News | Search


Tamil: The international assisting peace & concern

The international assisting peace and concern

The most place's in south Asia population have living with long suffering by discriminations and oppressions. Why can't people live with peace and freedom and have decent life and enjoy the good things in this earth?

It is sad to observe that even the devastation caused by the Tsunami calamity has failed to open eye of the Sri Lanka its not learn anything's from teaching of nature and towards rules of the life and death.

“International concern have made clear to sinhala Sri Lanka,that it has to put end to the anti-peace activities. the urge on stop sponsor of violence,crises and must dismantle the paramilitary anti-peace groups operating in any ways its Sri Lankan army areas,” said a analyst.

The serious concern raising in seeking lasting peace to the process, need to consider the hiding motives of Sri Lanka Ground realities and sinhala hiding motives. because of past hard experience and its poor records cannot ignore and now its alarm. In particular need to analyse how to handling the peace process in future.

the hostilities against international involvements in peace process by sinhala masses,the Singhalese take extremes measured to damage the peace and they did many violent protests and burns foreign flags. the anti-peace forces sponsoring violence and using the paramilitary groups and others to make crises against international assisting peace process according to analyst.

The ceasefire agreement, signed in good faith and expected to alleviate the suffering of all people, has not resulted in achieving its goals. Although there has been no war, there has been no peace either.

Tamil people have not seen any substantial improvement in their war divested life resulting from this CFA. They have been denied their right to have a governing mechanism to initiate rehabilitations, reconstruction and development programmes as promised. They voted overwhelmingly for an interim administrative mechanism for rehabilitation and development activities at the April 2004 elections. But the Sri Lankan Government has refused to respect this mandate. Over 800 000 IDPs continue to languish in their temporary shelters where even the basic amenities have not been provided. The basic needs and rights of children, women and other vulnerable sections of the people in the northeast, have neither been considered nor provided by Sri Lanka.

The Sri Lankan President dissolved the previous UNP government, which initiated the peace process. The President then formed a hard line government of her own political party along with JVP, a known anti-peace racist party. This government pursued military and covert diplomatic programmes to thwart the ceasefire agreement and to undermine the status of the LTTE, the co-signatory to the Agreement.

The Sri Lanka sinhala establishment signed this CFA (feb.2002) due to pressure resulting from repeated failures in military operations and catastrophic devastation of the country’s economy. But, the absence of war for nearly three years has enabled the Sinhala forces to rebuild and look for alternatives other than peaceful means to the conflict in just and fair ways.

It has entered into military pacts with China and has purchased military hardware's from India, Pakistan, Iran and other military suppliers. The visit of a high level Sri Lankan military committee to Iran for purchase of military hardware at the time of Tsunami calamity, 10th of jan 2005 is noteworthy.

The Sri Lankan establishment denied fair and equitable aid and international relief to the Tsunami hit north-eastern region. The refusal of the government to accommodate goodwill visits of foreign dignitaries to the Tsunami affected areas in the northeast, is another manifestation of the ill will and intent of the Sri Lankan.

the sri lanka sinhala regime misuse the Tsunami calamity for its hidden agenda and refuse to restart peace talk and denied the people ISGA mandate to stabilise self governing pressure need to put on Sri Lanka sinhala to come up with clean hand to meet urgent need of realities and restart peace talks.

© Scoop Media

World Headlines


Preliminary Results: MH17 Investigation Report

The Joint Investigation Team (JIT) is convinced of having obtained irrefutable evidence to establish that on 17 July 2014, flight MH-17 was shot down by a BUK missile from the 9M38-series. According to the JIT there is also evidence identifying the launch location that involves an agricultural field near Pervomaiskyi which, at the time, was controlled by pro-Russian fighters. More>>


At The UN: Paris Climate Agreement Moves Closer To Entry Into Force

The Paris Agreement on climate change moved closer toward entering into force in 2016 as 31 more countries joined the agreement today at a special event hosted by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. More>>



Gordon Campbell: On The End Game In Spain (And Other World News)

The coverage of international news seems almost entirely dependent on a random selection of whatever some overseas news agency happens to be carrying overnight... Here are a few interesting international stories that have largely flown beneath the radar this past week. More>>

Amnesty/Human Rights Watch: Appalling Abuse, Neglect Of Refugees On Nauru

Refugees and asylum seekers on Nauru, most of whom have been held there for three years, routinely face neglect by health workers and other service providers who have been hired by the Australian government, as well as frequent unpunished assaults by local Nauruans. More>>


Other Australian Detention

Gordon Campbell: On The Censorship Havoc In South Africa’s State Broadcaster

Demands have included an order to staff that there should be no further negative news about the country’s President Jacob Zuma, and SABC camera operators responsible for choosing camera angles that have allegedly made the President ‘look shorter’ were to be retrained... More>>


Gordon Campbell: On A Bad Week For Malcolm Turnbull, And The Queen

Malcolm Turnbull’s immediate goal – mere survival – is still within his grasp... In every other respect though, this election has been a total disaster for the Liberals. More>>


Get More From Scoop

Search Scoop  
Powered by Vodafone
NZ independent news