Sri Lanka’s delegation to the United Nations Human Rights Commission’s 43rd session in Geneva has a tough task – it has to do a U-turn without making the wheels of the car fall off or crash into the nearest wall.By Arjuna Ranawana
United National Party (UNP) parliamentarian Vadivel Suresh today said that the government should take immediate steps to pay a minimum wage of Rs 1000 to the estate workers as it was promised by President Gotabaya Rajapksa during the presidential election.
MP Mangala Samaraweera said that it was the UNHRC 30/1 resolution that stopped international investigations against the brave soldiers who fought the war and their leaders.
Sri Lanka’s rupee ends firmer at 181.55/60 to the US dollar in the spot market on Thursday while bond yields remained flat, dealers said.
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Jehan Perera - Executive Director National Peace Council