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Sri Lanka Registers Strong Protest Against Canadian Sanctions

Lumbini Wednesday, 11 January 2023 03:41 PM

On what ground?

Don Wednesday, 11 January 2023 03:44 PM

Do you think Canada gives a hoot about the protest? Be civilised man. You were a minister who supposed to be a guardian of law and order. You acted as a blind man. Do you have any shame to go and lodge a protest?

Kumara Wednesday, 11 January 2023 04:14 PM

What action the government is taking by way of UN approved investigation to clear unsubstantiated allegations?

Intiquab Wednesday, 11 January 2023 04:36 PM

Are you a Muslim, you know the day of judgment, Sunil Ratnayakas pardoned is more than enough.

rbh Wednesday, 11 January 2023 04:51 PM

Since the verdict is unsubstantiated allegations, the ministry can uphold the Ministry’s decision to deny such allegation and come to settlement resulted from significant resolutions to silence the histleblower and build to the local reconciliation process. Instead of tit for tat action

Dunstan Wednesday, 11 January 2023 09:32 PM

The majority of people in this country do not want to reconcile with any Rajapaksha. Aragalaya, represented by general public of Sri Lanka chased all of the Rajapakshas out of their posts as well as the country, and demand to return the stolen monies, despite they are now hanging on the tail of UNP.

Punchi Thursday, 12 January 2023 02:09 AM

By default all allegations true or otherwise in our Buddha foremost paradise against us majority shinhala Buddhist is unsubstantiated. Whereas against the Demilos is substantiated.

L Jaya Thursday, 12 January 2023 02:47 AM

Sri Lanka needs international pressure to perform and implement agreed course of action. If no pressure applied they freewheel. Need to apply more pressure in terms of sanctions, unilateral and multilateral