India –Sri Lanka differences over 13th amendment

India –Sri Lanka differences over 13th amendment Three weeks after India’s National Security Adviser (NSA) Shivshankar Menon met with President Mahinda Rajapaksa to convey India’s unhappiness at the reported moves to change the provisions of 13th amendment (13A), President Rajapaksa has made it clear that no one could pressure him to devolve police and land powers to the provincial councils (PC) as provided in the 13A). He said under no circumstances would he change his position.  The President was answering a question on India’s relentless pressure for implementation of the 13A in full at a breakfast meeting with media editors at his residence.The Indian NSA who was in Colombo to attend the 2nd meeting of the Trilateral Cooperation for Maritime Security with ...
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