The cycling campaign launched in London last Monday calling for the formation of an international tribunal to try Sri Lanka for the crime of genocide and other international crimes has passed through Holland and Belgium.
On the initiative of Tamil National People’s Front, the Tamil Committee for International Accountability was formed today in Jaffna.
Three constituent parties of Tamil National Alliance (TNA) have urged the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) to establish an international tribunal to investigate the violations of international law in the final stages of the Eelam War IV.
Rajavarothayam Sampanthan, the leader of the Parliamentary Group of Tamil National Alliance (TNA), has been appointed as Sri Lanka’s opposition leader.
The Tamil National Alliance (TNA) parliamentarians for Vanni district Sivashakthy Anandan and Dr S.Sivamohan today launched a signature campaign calling for the formation of an international justice mechanism to try Sri Lanka for the crime of genocide and other violations of international law.
The Tamil activist Mrs Balendran Jeyakumari has been re-arrested and detained by the Sri Lankan police.
Residents of Kokkuvil, Jaffna, have been harassed and intimidated by Sri Lankan intelligence officials.
The first phase of the cycling campaign launched by Tamil Co-ordinating Committee – UK (TCC-UK) calling for the formation of an international tribunal to prosecute Sri Lanka for the crime of genocide came to an end today evening at 8:30pm at the Harwich International Port and activists are now crossing the southern part of the North Sea and heading for Hague, Netherlands.