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No common amnesty to Tamil prisoners but bail procedure will be expedited - Minister

No common amnesty to Tamil prisoners but bail procedure will be expedited - Minister The Sri Lankan government on Monday has decided not to grant a common amnesty to the Tamil prisoners in the island's jails but to expedite the bail procedures for a section of the Tamil prisoners. The government has taken this decision at a high level meeting attended by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and Law and Order and Prison Reforms Thilak Marapana, Minister of National Dialogue Mano Ganesan and Minister of Rehabilitation and Resettlement D.M. Swaminathan on Monday. Some 200 Tamil prisoners at the main prison in Colombo earlier this month launched a hunger strike demanding their release and later Tamil prisoners in other jails also joined the protest. The prisoners went on a six-day protest hu...
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