Best code of ethics for Sri Lankan politicians is to read Che’s biography

Politicians in Sri Lanka should be given the biography of Che Guevara to read if they need a code of ethics said the Member of the Political Bureau of the JVP Comrade Lal Kantha participating in a ceremony organized by the Socialist Youth Union (SYU) and held today (5th) at the mahogany tree planted by Che Guevara at Yahalakele in Horana to mark ‘Che Commemorative Day’ which falls on 8th October.

Ernesto Che Guevara planted the mahogany tree at Yahalakelle when he visited Sri Lanka on 8th August, 1959.


Video: Don’t allow Govt. to use ‘Geneva’ to obscure burning issues

The government should not be allowed to sweep under  the carpet the burning issues confronted by the masses by bringing up the human rights issue taken up in Geneva and having various dialogues about it says the General Secretary of the JVP Comrade Tilvin Silva. He said this at a press conference held at the head office of the JVP at Pelawatta today (4th) to clarify the party's stand on the resolution adopted at the UNHRC.


Hospitality to Sri Lankans in the desert

A free medical clinic organized by the Exchange Institute, ‘Ape Pansala’ in Riffa and the JVP committee in United Arab Emir was held at International Medical City Hospital in Riffa on 18th September, 2015 from 8.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon.


Video: No legal provisions for an external investigation

“JVP doesn’t accept an international mediation. Also, according to the la in our country foreign lawyers or professionals cannot interfere in our judiciary. In many other countries there are foreign mediations. In countries such as Africa, Fiji Islands, Nigeria judges from other countries are engaged in their courts due to a shortage of professionals and lack of experience of the judges in those countries. Judges from Sri Lanka too serve in some of these countries.


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