2 edition of Sri Lankan legitimacy over north & east found in the catalog.
Sri Lankan legitimacy over north & east
|Statement||by Somasundaram Vanniasingham.|
|LC Classifications||DS489.8 .V36 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 138 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||86903777|
On 1 March , just as the IPKF were preparing to withdraw from Sri Lanka, Permual moved a motion in the North-East Provincial Council declaraing an independent Eelam.  Since the early s parts of the north-east provinces were controlled by the LTTE, which according to the Sri Lankan government owned Sunday Observer newspaper. While Sri Lanka’s political leaders are the principal target of blame for this failure, our research reveals a clear and growing sense of frustration directed towards the international community – an international community who, despite previously placing the concerns of war-affected communities firmly on the agenda, are perceived as having.
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