Sri Lanka Tamil party demands to include foreign judges in war crimes probe

A day after the UN again adopted a consensus resolution granting Sri Lanka two more years to implement the commitments it made in 2015 resolution, the main Tamil party, Tamil national Alliance on Friday demanded the state to adhere to the commitments and include foreign judges in a judicial mechanism to probe the alleged war crimes. Speaking in parliament, TNA parliamentarian MA Sumanthiran noted that Sri Lanka for the third time co-sponsored the UN resolution reiterating commitment to adhere to the commitments of Resolution 30/1 of 2015. He said Foreign Minister Tilak Marapana's claim that it is not possible for foreign judges to participate in Sri Lanka's judicial mechanism is false....................

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