UNP, JVP, JHU, LTTE dismiss CFA amendment claim by Govt.

  • 1 Mar 2006 20:16:06 GMT

    The GoSL wanted quick results and did not invest enough in the CFA `talks` to know the substance.

    If the government sought to make fundamental changes to the CFA, it ought to have been submitted BEFORE the meeting - so the LTTE could have worked out how to presents its work in this regard. Unless the government has done considerable work outside the existing CFA, there was no need to make fundamental changes.

    The meeting - like a job interview - is to connect to each other`s mind and know what is REALLY happening on the other side.

    It is time that both sides approach this in a systematic manner - providing reports through the International Observers - on a monthly basis. The Structure of the reports need to be styled by International Observers using Common language. Without this - all this is a waste of Public Resources and would lead to disappointment to all concerned.

    I sought this kind of approach for Tsunami Reconstruction also, after observing how each NGO was keen to use the forum to brag about their own work. I mentioned this to the meeting when Mr. Ellilan of the LTTE facilitated for me to have my say.

    This approach would help us develop democratic system that the Public need to start following NOW and not tomorrow - for tomorrow never comes.

    Gaja Lakshmi Paramasivam from Australia

  • 1 Mar 2006 20:17:14 GMT

    Homowansa says : ``They will urge the President to correct this fault at future peace talks and said the party would take drastic action if the government fails to do so`,

    What ever that was agreed at Geneva was agreed with the filthy JVP SWINES, right there by Motta P*ssy. This has always been there game plan. Whenever something goes wrong, put the blame on others.

    IN ABOUT six months to a year - Our Motta P*ssy will learn a lesson he will not forget. Motta P*ssy is taking all those who voted for him as donkeys (quite rightfully so). In the end it will be the JVP who will show the world how much of a Mee- Haraka our Motta P*ssy is.

  • 1 Mar 2006 20:24:46 GMT


    Would you expect GOSL and LTTE to go to Geneva in April for second round?

    GOSL was desperate for talks and LTTE was forced to the talks. Now the question is what LTTE may use to abandon these talks all together. In the other hand, do they (LTTE) believe they can win Ealam through a war.

    I think we all should simply skip the rhetoric coming from Southern parties till the election is over. They are fighting over votes.

  • 1 Mar 2006 20:25:19 GMT

    Our gov. headed by mr. mahinda raj... is now in a state of flux. the main reson behind this is understanding the reality that words cannot be brought in to action.

    #These things could have thought before making the manifesto.

    #gov. is trying to hide the uncovered stories by threatning the tv channel companies not to carry on with the political programme.

    #someone should question was this a article in the manifesto to restrict freedom of speech.

    #my peronal idea is what UNP,JVP,JHU is doing is not enough. they should start proesting not against peace but againt politicians like our president, who is trying to gamble, twisting words and cover his embarassment.


  • 1 Mar 2006 20:26:51 GMT


    No use talking to these fools about Tsunami reconstruction, they don`t care about orphans or homeless people..they only believe in CONSTRUCTING their own wealth....LTTE and GOASL are in the same boat..there are people still waiting for their share of Tsunami aid in the south.


  • 1 Mar 2006 21:07:55 GMT

    This opposition uneducated now gangs up against a seasoned lawyer. Daily mirror is a UNP paper. Just ignore news and better to concentrate in the new air ports easy holidays. MR got the permission from the farmers on the spot. Can any leader do/ did it like that? He is great. We have to change the constitution so that he could be the prez for ever.

  • 1 Mar 2006 21:15:34 GMT


    Thank you for your response.

    Rather than predict as an outsider, I want to WORK to influence the Tigers to honour their word to go for talks in April. If they don`t after my work - I will learn that they do not value my work and my decisions after that will be strongly influenced by that knowledge.

    The Southerners are seeking votes because they do not get much enjoyment from Administration and Governance. It`s like a worker getting enjoyment from getting jobs and holding on to that job rather than from the work itself.



  • 1 Mar 2006 21:17:01 GMT


    I agree with you that both sides are selfish. But if we continue to work genuinely - we will help them follow us.



  • 1 Mar 2006 21:26:28 GMT

    Well great i thought it was a bad decision on the gov side to call CFA was amended

    remember there are no political victories. Whoever gets involved in the peace process does so NOT to take CREDIT but to make sure all sri lankans can live in peace

    The days of taking CREDIT for peace process by stupid CBK and Ranil ponnaya are over buddy

    these buffalo`s better realize that sooner or never

  • 1 Mar 2006 22:04:35 GMT

    Contradictory statements from the GOSL will make future talks `fruitless`.

    The ltte is waiting to go for war. They are not for peace and terrorism is their doctrine.

    If the GOSL goes by `deforming` the Geneva talks, as the tigers say, they are giving the ruthless monsters a golden opportunity to re-start their murderous politics.

    The GOSL must consult all members represented by the State at the Geneva talks, before issuing `simple` statements!