Council battle over ‘hybrid’ vs ‘credible
domestic’ probe :
Lanka close to consensus in Geneva
The outcome of the early stages of the 30th session of the UN Human
Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, can only be construed as a
pyrrhic victory for Sri Lanka after its diplomatic cadre had waged
an arduous battle at the Council over the past five years.
[Behind Closed Doors]
A jumbo chase, advice on advisers, and a rugby damsel
The Hoover province politico of appachchi mala fame, who recently
entered the House on the Oya through its rear entrance, went to
Kebiliththa last week to hold a special pooja, probably to thank his
Gods for the ‘backdoor’ ministerial appointment.
VVIPs go a-visiting and a judgement is passed on us
Cats usually spit venom and human felines make
catty remarks. This Sunday this cat is sitting pretty and purring as
she has a couple of bouquets to hand out. She listened to the
address by Minister of External Affairs, Mangala Samaraweera at the
UN Office in Geneva at the sittings of the UNHRC last week. She was
proud of what he said and how he said what had to be said.