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The LLRC report and SL’s future

The LLRC report which was presented to Parliament last Friday by the Leader of the House, Minister Nimal Siripala de Silva, is a historic...

Implementing urgent issues such as establishing democracy & good governance need not have recommendations of a commission – JVP

The JVP issuing a press statement regarding the LLRC report states the President appointed the commission not with a genuine intention of studying the...

LLRC, a farcical attempt at accountability: paper

(Tamilnet) Noting that the "LLRC has for too long been the international community's fig leaf, used by governments across the world, including the US...

LLRC shows the way

The Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) has, with its final report now in the public domain, made its critics including some international human...

Police families commend LLRC report

Family members of the missing policemen in Sri Lanka have welcomed the recommendation by a presidential panel for a full investigation into the alleged...

LLRC a waste of time and money: JVP

The JVP today charged that the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) process was a waste of time and money as the government did...

Sri Lanka war report lays blame on both sides

Ben DohertySRI LANKA'S civil war reconciliation commission has blamed both Sinhalese and Tamil leaders for the violence that gripped the country for more than...

LLRC Recommendations: Can the Rajapaksa Regime Digest?

 Kusal Perera Finally, the full report of the long awaited Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) is in public domain, after it was presented...

LLRC report is verbose fig leaf to cover Rajapaksa wrongdoing in conduct of war

 Tisaranee GunasekaraThe LLRC has done its job. The LLRC Report has cleared its appointing authority, President Mahinda Rajapaksa and his brother Defence Secretary Gotabhaya...

LLRC calls for Rule of Law, not rule of men

    * Implementation of recommendations crucial for Sri Lanka    * Grievances of Tamil people must be addressed; trilingualism and talks with diaspora suggestedSunday Times...

Weighing the LLRC report in the scales of justice

 Kishali Pinto JayawardeneStripped of all ambiguities, the moral question regarding state accountability for civilian casualties during the last stages of the war between government...

HR groups say report fails to address accountability

UN Studying LLRC Report Easwaran RutnamThe United Nations (UN) says it is studying the final report of the Lessons Learned and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) which...

Sri Lanka: Report Fails to Advance Accountability

 The report of the Sri Lankan government’s Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) disregards the worst abuses by government forces, rehashes longstanding recommendations, and...

Armed forces to be withdrawn from community life

The government, which tabled the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) report in Parliament yesterday, said the armed forces would be withdrawn from all...

LLRC wants political leaders to apologise to people for war

Saman IndrajithThe Lessons learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) has called for a joint declaration of apology from leaders of all sides to the country’s...

LLRC report out what next?

The Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission (LLRC) report presented to the Parliament on last Friday envisaged with 285 main recommendations including allegations for both...

Heed LLRC’s call to save Rule of Law, Editorial, Sunday Times

  '' Yet, the message is clear. It is not something that independent media in this country and other independent observers and analysts...

Now implement recommendations, Editorial, The Nation

When President Mahinda Rajapaksa appointed a Commission to obtain through representations and discussion the lessons learnt from the decades-long conflict, the act was pooh-poohed...

LLRC – near enough, or not? Editorial Lakbima News

The LLRC report released in parliament this week probably sets a record as a document which was mercilessly attacked before it saw proper light...

Sri Lanka report says military did not target civilians

Jaimie Cremeans Sri Lanka's Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission released a report Friday concluding that Sri...

Text Speech Delivered by Leader of the House in the Parliament in tabling the Report of the LLRC

The Report of the Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission in Sri Lanka was tabled in Parliament today, 16 December 2011, by the Leader of...
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