All Party Representative Committee of Sri Lanka handed over a working proposal to His Excellency President Mr Mahinda Rajapalse,based on the proper implementation of the 13th amendment to the constitution of Sri Lanka. Mr Kamal Nissanka attended the ceremony.
In a surprise attack Liberation Tigers have killed 10 innocent farmers in a remote village of Thanamalwila in southern Sri Lanka on 17th January 208. Liberals condemn the attack.
Liberation Tigers had departed from the ‘Federal’ word which they agreed in Oslo in 2002 and the United National Party (may be leader) that spoke on a “Federal Solution” and also agreed in Oslo made a policy shift just before the budget reading in November 2007.
Liberation Tigers were never willing to discuss a final solution but instead they talked of Ceasfire and interim administrations. Thers no politically party advocating a federal system at the moment in Sri Lanka. Some small left parties out of government seems like supporting the concept of “self-determination”.Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna and Jathika Hela Urumaya advocates a unitary system of government. Sri Lanka Freedom Party and United National Party do not have a clear cut policy but at the moment they are anti federal but for certain level of devolution.
A claymore bomb planted by LTTE exploded on 16.01.2008 killled over 30 passegers in Buttala over 200 miles fom Colombo.
Ceasefire agreement between Ranil Wickramasinghe and V.Pabakaran ends today. Liberal party further states that Norvegians are failures.
A resolution on peace in Sri Lanka was passed at the executive committee meeting of the Council ofAsian Liberals and Democrats held in Taipei, Taiwan on the 10th of December 2007.
Mr Kamal Nissanka, leader of the LPSL was of the view that an alternative peace process should be initiated.
Liberal Party will meet on the 12th of January 2008 to have the exco meeting.