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Democracy vibrant in Lanka despite conflict

European MP tells EU President :

Notwithstanding 26 years of conflict and bloody separatist suicide terrorism, Sri Lanka still functions as a mature open democracy where the rule of law prevails and where even the main political parties have agreed to cooperate to advance the national interest and national security, European Parliament Member Nirj Deva has stated in a letter to German Chancellor Dr. Angela Merkel, the current President of the EU.

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Consider country's interest first, President tells media

President Mahinda Rajapaksa yesterday stressed that the media should consider the country's interest first regardless of any political or other differences.

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TRO frontliner to seek asylum in UK?

Sources close to the LTTE in the UK confirm that Executive Director of Tamil Rehabilitation Organisation (TRO) K. P. Reggie is planning to apply for political asylum in the United Kingdom.

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