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International Concern on Human Rights and justice

The International Concern on Human Rights and justice.

The appeal to international community that Sri Lanka situation has shown over the past 55 years, the Sinhala controlled government has been unwilling protect and unable restore Rights ofTamils population.

The Tamils home land Its remains as occupied territory of the Sri Lankan military. the estimated over 250,000 people are still living in over-crowded conditions in refugee camps and other places.The Sri Lanka continue to deny the fundamental rights of peoples and not bring peace and normalcy in their life.

the Tamil population has accordingly lost all confidence in any present or future willingness or ability of the Sinhala majority to do so. There was a general consensus that within Sri Lanka today, the Tamils do not have the protection of the rule of law. that the Sri Lankan government presents itself as a democracy in crisis.

the serious inroads on democracy which have been made by the legislative, administrative, and military measures which are being taken. The HSZs declared by the SLA continued to remain a major impediment to progress of peace, as there was no change in the plight of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and The hard-line position on the resettlement of hundreds of thousands of displaced, adopted by the SLA.

The unjust act by President Chandrika Kumaratunga against peace and to take over the ministries and using peace label only for hiden motives and not doing ensue to save peace. the GOSL's non-implementation of the agreements reached in previous rounds of talks, the non-implementation of the ceasefire agreement in regard to the HSZ, normalization and other issues,

The Sinhala hardliners and Sinhala extremists ( JVP ) in the South intensified their indecent dirty campaign against the peace process. the anti peace violations sinhala forces are strongly oppose and extremely critical to any just and fair solution to the North East of the Tamil freedom struggle.

the Hidden motives behind sinhala Sri Lanka's approach and looking for Defence ties and military aid in peace time has provoked uncertainty among the people.Today, harsh oppressive conditions prevail in the Northeast with the continuous military occupation of our lands and persecution of our people by the armed forces

The normalcy has not returned the suffering of the civilian masses continues. Our people face urgent humanitarian needs as well as serious existential problems. As a tragic drama without ending, the Tamil ethnic conflict continues forever. Whenever the party in power attempts to resolve the Tami issue, other party in opposes it and derails the effort. This mode of conflict continues even when the opposition becomes the ruling party and attempts reconciliation.

This Sinhala political drama with its typical historical pattern has been staged regularly for the last fifty years. The directors of this bazaar drama are the two major Sinhala political parties. Though the main actors have been changing over time the theme of the story is the same. The current political crisis in Colombo is an open enactment of this absurd drama.

As a negative consequence of this chess game, in which the Tamils are used as pawns, several peace efforts have failed; several peace negotiations collapsed, several peace agreements torn apart and several peace pacts became defunct. As such, the Tamil conflict continues without resolution. The tragic life of our people continues.

We cannot allow the life and potential of our people to be systematically destroyed in the spider web of Sinhala chauvinism. Having renounced violence, we have been making every effort through non-violent means to promote peace and reconciliation. The international community is fully aware of this.

The Sinhala chauvinistic ruling elites continue to deny the rights of our people and oppose reconciliation and the conditions of oppression is continue. We urge that international community have a duty to help for Tamils freedom struggle and please restore the Tamil nation Rights and justice.

- The God bless You All for This Duty of restore the Tamil nation Rights and justice -

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