Every nation that signed the ACSA has faced detrimental consequences : Attorney-at-law Wijesiri Ambawatte

Every nation that signed the ACSA has faced detrimental consequences : Attorney-at-law Wijesiri Ambawatte

Written by Staff Writer

06 Jul, 2019 | 8:53 pm

COLOMBO (News 1st): Various politicians and professionals commented on the US interventions in the country.

UPFA MP Dayasiri Jayasekara commenting on the matter said that the US forces who did not bother entering the country to defeat the LTTE during the war period is now visiting the country to inspect the land. The parliamentarian questioned their intention for being here in the country and stated that it is clearly an effort to capture the country. He continued to say that they have established various agreements to fulfil the purpose. MP Dayasiri added that since Sri Lanka is a small island that there is nothing much to give back to the US, or India or China.

MP Piyal Nishantha of the UPFA also speaking on the matter questioned the need of the US to inspect the lands of the country if they do not have any plans to take over the land in Sri Lanka. He continued to say that plans are already in place to give the lands to the US and that it is done in a secretive manner.

Lawyer Wijesiri Ambewatte says that since the NATO consists of many powerful countries that conditions of these countries are maintained in a friendly manner. He continued to say that since Sri Lanka stands as a third world country that the agreements established with our countries, would only bring a detrimental effect on the country.

He further clarified that the ACSA agreement which was formulated according to Jefferson’s (US) principles only brought detrimental consequences to every country that signed it since the jurisdiction within the agreement goes beyond the civil and criminal laws in the country. The lawyer says that this is exactly what happened in Pakistan and the Philippines as well. Lawyer Ambewatte claimed that once we sign the agreement that there is no changing it again.

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