WikiLeaks: Nobody Believes Sri Lanka's Government Anymore Robert Blake
"Pascoe, who recently visited Sri Lanka, questioned the credibility of GSL officials; no one believes they can meet their current timetable for moving people out of the camps.
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#1 Sep 14, 2012
Robert Blake obviously hasn't read the latest UN aor US report which congratulates the govt for releasing all but 3000 of the inmates. Those qwho remain have nowhere to go yet until housing can be provided.
There are thousand of Sinhalese who have no home but they don't even get fed, watered and clothed by the govt, they have to sleep on the street and often die.
So what exactly is the complaint?
Since: Sep 12
Worcester Park, UK
#2 Sep 14, 2012
Whether they believe the GoSL or not they are still actively dealing with them....
the tamils supposed closest allies have now begun a new era in communication and investment with GoSL whereas the tamils have become a huge pain in the puk hole that are ignored at every opportunity.
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