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Lawlessness on the rise - Dayasiri Jayasekera

“A situation has been created where a section of people closely connected to the government could escape from the clutches of the law after earning enormous amounts of money through illegal means. Ultimately, it is the poor and the innocent who have to pay for all these sins. It is the duty of the Opposition to summon all their strength together and launch a fight against this deteriorating situation faced by the country” Full Interview


Reconciliation process is a must
Brig. (Retd) L.C. Perera, former Chief Coordinator for the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) for the Ministry of Defence (MOD) and also Coordinating Director for the Ministry of Resettlement during the last stages of the war says if the country is to move forward, ethnic reconciliation must come first. Speaking to The Nation, Perera said even though the war had ended, the wounds caused by it still create animosity and division in many quarters. He said while that the main issues needed to be addressed, efforts must be made to reduce the gap between the North and the South -  Full Interview