'Sinhala consensus is a perfidious mirage'- MP

[TamilNet, Monday, 15 November 2004, 15:46 GMT]
"Sinhala parties will never come to a consensus on a political settlement to the ethnic conflict. It won't happen even if we Tamils wait patiently for another fifty years in deference to the wishes of the international community. The so called 'Sinhala Consensus' is a perfidious mirage. It is now time for the Tamil people to call the bluff and prepare to forge ahead on their own", said Mr. Senathirajah Jeyanandamoorthy, TNA MP for Batticaloa, speaking to TamilNet Monday about Colombo's reaction to the latest proposal by the LTTE to restart the long stalled peace talks in Sri Lanka.

S.Jeyananthamoorthy"All Sinhala parties are today united only in their aim of indefinitely prolonging this no war, no settlement situation for the sole purpose of eroding our collective will to resist Sinhala domination", the MP said.

"We should not let the Sinhala hegemonists, including President Kumaratunga, take us for granted on this score", he added.

 

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