TNA does not support resolution calling for international war probe
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A resolution calling for international intervention to probe alleged war crimes, moved by a Tamil National Alliance member at a meeting of the Northern Provincial Council, fell through.
“I am clueless as to why the TNA members do not want to support it, when the TNA’s position favours even an international investigation mechanism into alleged war crimes,” M.K. Shivajilingam said on Wednesday.
He said he had wanted the U.N. to provide technical assistance to Sri Lanka tofind a negotiated political solution. He was also for the mediation of India, the U.S., the EU and Canada to resolve the ethnic question, the Hindu reports.
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The TNA promised the tamil people in Sri lanka that they would insist on international investigation, now that they got 16 seats in the north, they have forgotten the promises they made to the tamils. The TNA should have been honest from the start.It is the TNA who have betrayed the Tamils.