Former Indian Judge to back campaign against Sri Lanka

k-p-sivasubramaniamFormer Judge of the High Court of Madras, K P Sivasubramaniam is to file a communication with the UN Human Rights Committee that the 6th Amendment to the Sri Lankan Constitution is a violation of freedom of speech and conscience guaranteed in Articles 18 and 19 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.

He is to be part of a campaign led by the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE), a pro-LTTE diaspora group in the US.

Former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark is also part of the campaign.

The TGTE has called on the Tamil Diaspora, global Tamils and progressive lawyers around the world to provide legal representation to the communication before the UN Human Rights Committee.

The TGTE emphasized that, while the 6th Amendment criminalizes advocacy for an independent state for the Tamils in Sri Lanka, calling for the repeal of the 6th Amendment is not prohibited. (Colombo Gazette)

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  1. This person is a legal Tamil terrorist by his political roots goes to connection of LTTE political terrorism.
    The Tamil terrorism and Separatism are twin brothers of anti-democratic politics ally in through out the world.
    In fact remain that Tamil Eealm proposed state have looked to their destined expansion over the Sri Lankan region populated by unbelievers ,a position exemplified today by Tamil Nadu under the ADMK and DMK of Tamil chavnanist political leaders.

    How Tamils political leaders, Parties and classes of Chavnanist Elites these attitudes evolved and how have they shape the myth Tamil Eealm the histories of their race ,region and the rest of the world?

    The balance between of Tamil Eealm legitimacy and power is extremely complex in nature .

    This has no relationship with Democracy of world order and Tamil Terrorism leads towards for conflicts of interest of new regional stability, Peace and Development of Indian Ocean countries.

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