Solutions based on Thirteenth Amendment is not sufficient ,Tamil Sangam /* Sri Lanka*/ Tamil Version





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Published on Apr 10, 2009

A group of Tamil academics held a seminar recently to discuss the 13th amendment, its incomplete implementation in the past, the possibility of its full implementation in the future and the impact of both on the Tamil community in Sri Lanka.

Powers devolved under the 13th amendment to provincial council are being taken away by the central government by issuing gazette notifications and circulars. The provincial council has no power to transfer even a police constable, lamented Mr.M.L.A.M.Hisbullah, a Minister in the Eastern Provincial Council in an exclusive interview to the weekly edition of the leading Tamil daily Virakesari published from Colombo.
- Eastern minister Hisbullah

The Indian government may be bereft of all guts to do anything in Sri Lanka. But at least it can render a great service by not talking about the 13th amendment as a basis to resolve the crisis. What is more dangerous than India abetting a war against Eezham Tamils by providing arms, armed personnel and intelligence to Colombo is the political sabotage of thrusting the rotten 13th amendment upon the struggling people to muffle their voice. India should rather acknowledge the decades-old Tamil voice for self-determination as a nation, to base exploration of fresh models, writes Opinion Columnist Chivanadi.
-Tamil Net

Source : Ya TV No War Zone


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