Sri Lanka Human Rights Concerns in 2008

Sri Lanka : Human Rights Concerns Grow Key Trends Sri Lanka government pursues the military option in the North. LTTE reportedly suffers heavy casualties, but no breakthrough seen in the front line. Continued battles in the north anticipated. LTTE launches series of bomb attacks including in Yala and Buttala in the South West causing heavy civilian casualties. Continued strikes anticipated. Ruling SLFP and Opposition UNP parties have consensus on the 13 th Amendment, however left wing JVP supporting the SLFP opposes the same. Negotiated solution based on the 13 th Amendment with India possibly amenable may be the way ahead for talks as and when a breakthrough is achieved. Continued human rights violations become a matter of concern. Participation of ...
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