Major Tamil party affirms self-rule within a unitary state in Sri Lanka

Major Tamil party affirms self-rule within a unitary state in Sri Lanka  The Illankai Tamil Arasu Kachchi (ITAK), the main constituent of Sri Lanka's Tamil political party, Tamil National Alliance (TNA) today in an affidavit to the Supreme Court affirmed that neither the ITAK nor the TNA will seek a separate state within the territory of Sri Lanka. The leader of ITAK parliamentarian Mavai Senathirajah on Monday submitted the affidavit to the apex court when six petitions filed by representatives of Sinhala majority nationalist organizations were taken for hearing. The affidavit further stated that the TNA and its leaders has consistently expressed publicly on the ITAK's position pertaining to a federal solution within a united Sri Lanka at several occasions. A tri-member bench co...
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