The visit of the Committee of Representatives of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, to examine the human rights situation in this country is in no way endorsable, explains Sri Lankan government ally party, the Jathika Hela Urumaya, an important constituent member of the govt. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Ms. Naveethan Pillay, has in the recent past adopted a hostile attitude towards   Sri Lanka, and in such a context neither she nor her representatives should be permitted to come to this country under any circumstances was the firm position of the Hela Urumaya, said the party spokesman Nishantha Sri Warnasinghe to Sri Lankan media.  Further, last March, she was also actively engaged in bringing a resolution against Sri Lanka at the Human Rights session, the spokesman pointed out.  The main aim of the visit of the Committee to blacklist Sri Lanka as a country that has engaged in war crimes and to haul  the SL president and the defence secretary before the Hague  War Crimes Tribunal and  his party does not endorse anyone assisting such a event, the spokesperson pointed out.]]>


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