The UN Human Rights Chief calls Governor Raghavan untruthful in reported interview
The UN Human Rights Council has passed by consensus a resolution to grant Sri Lanka another two years to fulfill its promises made four years ago of post-war transitional justice and accountability.
Full statement by head of Sri Lanka delegation at the Human Rights Council on adoption of he Resolution
Sri Lanka will pitch their proposal to get another two years to fulfill its promises made four years ago of post-war transitional justice and accountability in a resolution co-sponsored by Colombo and moved by the UK, Canada and Germany at the United Nations Human Rights Council's 40th session today (Thursday).
Amnesty International calls on the government to speed up reconciliation efforts and backs UNHRC report
UN human rights chief says Sri Lanka has failed to fully implement its commitments to ensure accountability.
" No study on or official estimation of illicit outflows or inflows has been conducted to date in Sri Lanka.”
Sri Lanka which is yet to fulfill most of the promises made to the UN with regard to post-war reconciliation has rejected foreign judges in war crimes courts