The Human Rights Commission of Sri Lanka, recognizing the right of every citizen to vote, to freely engage in political activities and the right to free and fair elections under the Constitution of Sri Lanka (1978) and international human rights norms, adopted the
following guidelines to be observed by all Police Officers during the run-up to the election, on the day of the election and the period immediately after the election:
ලංකාව අපරාධ අධිකරණයට යවන යෝජනාවට සහයෝගයක් නැහැ ………………….
Odhikar believes that democracy is not merely a process of electing a ruler; it is the result of the peoples’ struggle for inalienable rights, which become the fundamental premise to constitute the State. Therefore, the individual freedoms and democratic aspirations of the citizens – and consequently, peoples’ collective rights and responsibilities – must be the foundation principles of the State.
The GOSL has adopted the law to establish the Office of Missing Persons (OMP) as the first Transitional Justice Mechanism in Sri Lanka. We are sharing the Act No 14 of 2014 for comments and suggestions.
සංක්රාන්තික යුක්ති ක්රියාවලියේ පළමු පියවර ලෙස ශ්රී ලංකා රජය අතුරුදහන් කාර්යාලය ස්ථාපිත කිරීමේ පනත සම්මත කර ගන්න ලදී. මෙම 2016 අංක 14 දරන පනත ඔබ වෙත ඉදිරිපත් කරන්නේ ඔබගේ යෝජනා සහ අදහස් සදහාය.