Genocide the Tamil people in Srilanka

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Sri Lanka rejects fresh war crimes allegations

Greg Dyett
World News Australia Radio

It was the British Prime Minister David Cameron who gave Sri Lanka a March 2014 deadline when he was in the country last November for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
Mr Cameron infuriated the Sri Lankan government by meeting with Tamil representatives during a short visit to the northern Jaffna peninsula, the scene of some of the worst fighting during the civil war.
The British PM demanded Sri Lanka do much more to address allegations of war crimes.
"And it means credible transparent and independent investigations into alleged war crimes and let me be very clear: if that investigation is not completed by March then I will use our position on the UN Human Rights Council to work with the UN Human Rights Commissioner and call for a full, credible and independent international inquiry."


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