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proposalProposals to the Government by the Sri Lanka Human Rights Organization for the future of Sri Lanka

Execute the law to the letter to establish justice and fair play through good governance.

A national policy for the improvement of public health and education of the children.

Prepare a code of regulations to select persons for nomination to the parliament based on education, discipline and modesty and to refrain from nominating persons involved in corruption and racketeers as representatives for the parliament in order to build up public faith in the parliament and to convert the parliament into an honorable one.

The public is disappointed with the parliamentarians who are elected by universal franchise changing their parties. This will open the doors to a dark era in the future and therefore new laws to annul the portfolios of members who change their parties should be passed, because it is the public that has the rights to make decisions on the Member of Parliament.

The Sri Lanka population consists of devotees following religions such as Buddhism, Catholic, Hinduism, Islam and other religions and the Sinhalese, Tamil, Muslim and Burgher races who are conspire against building a society respecting all religions and races.

To form a policy to include in the school curriculum, subjects departing a wide knowledge of the history of Sri Lanka and subjects on basic rights and human rights, with the view to produce a society that appreciates and respects humanity.

Environment is a gift related to our lives and we must take the responsibility to protect our environment. We propose that a code of strict laws be introduce to act against persons destroying the environment.

All of us are bound to protect the Sri Lanka public. Therefore strict laws (lifetime imprisonment without Presidential pardon) should be introduced to racketeering.

It is also proposed to introduce strict laws for the child and women protection and to increase the existing powers of the present ministry to do so, and thereby to expand the child and women protection network converting the entire Sri Lanka and especially to protect the women who fall victim to dangers in foreign countries and return to Sri Lanka because no service are being carried out by the insurance scheme of the Foreign Employment Bureau for the women who go abroad for employment.

To enforce the 20th Amendment so as to confirm the faith and trust minority political parties represented in Sri Lanka and to appoint the Independent Commissions and also to conduct fair and just elections.

It is upon the faith in good governance and justice and fair play that the entire Sri Lanka appointed the present government of His Excellency the President Hon. Maithripala Sirisena. Our organization proposes the aforesaid proposals in compliance with the proposals forwarded to us by the public. This is the fervent wish beating in the hearts of the public. Our organizations is dedicated to this cause and bound to assist in carrying out these proposals.

 

Proposals to the Government by the Sri Lanka Human Rights Organization for the future of Sri Lanka

·         Execute the law to the letter to establish justice and fair play through good governance.

·         A national policy for the improvement of public health and education of the children.

·         Prepare a code of regulations to select persons for nomination to the parliament based on education, discipline and modesty and to refrain from nominating persons involved in corruption and racketeers as representatives for the parliament in order to build up public faith in the parliament and to convert the parliament into an honorable one.

·         The public is disappointed with the parliamentarians who are elected by universal franchise changing their parties. This will open the doors to a dark era in the future and therefore new laws to annul the portfolios of members who change their parties should be passed, because it is the public that has the rights to make decisions on the Member of Parliament.

·         The Sri Lanka population consists of devotees following religions such as Buddhism, Catholic, Hinduism, Islam and other religions and the Sinhalese, Tamil, Muslim and Burgher races who are conspire against building a society respecting all religions and races.

·         To form a policy to include in the school curriculum, subjects departing a wide knowledge of the history of Sri Lanka and subjects on basic rights and human rights, with the view to produce a society that appreciates and respects humanity.

·         Environment is a gift related to our lives and we must take the responsibility to protect our environment. We propose that a code of strict laws be introduce to act against persons destroying the environment.

·         All of us are bound to protect the Sri Lanka public. Therefore strict laws (lifetime imprisonment without Presidential pardon) should be introduced to racketeering.

·         It is also proposed to introduce strict laws for the child and women protection and to increase the existing powers of the present ministry to do so, and thereby to expand the child and women protection network converting the entire Sri Lanka and especially to protect the women who fall victim to dangers in foreign countries and return to Sri Lanka because no service are being carried out by the insurance scheme of the Foreign Employment Bureau for the women who go abroad for employment.

·         To enforce the 20th Amendment so as to confirm the faith and trust minority political parties represented in Sri Lanka and to appoint the Independent Commissions and also to conduct fair and just elections.

It is upon the faith in good governance and justice and fair play that the entire Sri Lanka appointed the present government of His Excellency the President Hon. Maithripala Sirisena. Our organization proposes the aforesaid proposals in compliance with the proposals forwarded to us by the public. This is the fervent wish beating in the hearts of the public. Our organizations is dedicated to this cause and bound to assist in carrying out these proposals.

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