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Campaign for international accountability moves to Amparai

A signature campaign calling for an international process of justice and accountability for the mass killing of Tamils in 2009 spread to Amparai on Saturday.

 

Tens of thousands of signatures have been collected across the North-East to date by the campaign - organised by the Tamil Action Committee for International Accountability Mechanism (TACIAM).

However the Sri Lankan authorities have disrupted the campaign on several occasions in both Jaffna and Trincomalee.

Signatures are being collecting signatures ahead of the United Nation Human Rights Council session later this month, where a report into mass atrocities in Sri Lanka is to be discussed.

See our earlier posts:

Signature campaign reaches Mannar (10 Sep 2015)

Signature campaign moves to Batticaloa (09 Sep 2015)

Signature campaign for international accountability continues at Jaffna University (09 Sep 2015)

International accountability signature campaign continue in Kilinochchi (08 Sep 2015)

Sri Lanka police disrupt signature campaign in Trincomalee (07 Sep 2015)

Sri Lankan police in Jaffna halt signature campaign (05 Sep 2015)

Signature campaign in Jaffna calls for international accountability (04 Sep 2015)

NPC unanimously calls for international tribunal (01 Sep 2015)