Sri Lanka has made it clear that it’s not going to challenge the legality may not challenge the legality of the UN Secretary General’s Panel of Experts’ Report.
The proposed resolution to be tabled at Geneva as well as the up coming resolution is very much based on this report.
Secretary to the President Lalith Weeratunga who has been recently having one to one talks with influential US congressmen and diplomats said to the Daily News, the has said that it is unlikely that Sri Lanka will question the legality of the UN panel
Although there have been many noises made by the ruling party politicians questing the UN Secretary General’s Panel of Experts’ Report commonly referred to as the Darusman report with reference to the head of the panel Indonesian lawyer and politician Marsuki Darusman.
As Sri Lanka has made up her mind not to question United Nation’s Sri Lanka strategy it will now have to tell the world how it is following the strategy.
Meanwhile President Rajapaksha is picking his team to go to Geneva and most probably Weeratunga will be playing a key role as he seems to have reached a compromise solution with the Americans.
It will be important to find out if the Tamil National Aliance and the government could reach at some compromise prior to Genva.
Such agreement and understanding would have a significant impact on the Genva for all concern.