18 November 2013
Sri Lanka's main opposition party, the United National Party (UNP), once again reiterated their unwillingness to co-operate with an international inquiry into war crimes, on Monday.
Stating that the government's LLRC was adequate enough to deal with the allegatios, the UNP general secretary, Tissa Attanayake stated,
"We are opposed to any international inquiry. That has been our position".
UNP united with government against foreign intervention – Premadasa (17 November 2013)
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