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Draft resolution tabled at UNHRC

Calls for local judicial mechanism with Commonwealth support

A draft resolution titled 'promoting reconciliation, accountability and human rights in Sri Lanka" was tabled at the United Nations Human Rights Council session last night.

The resolution, tabled by the US, the UK, Macedonia and Montenegro, called for a "credible justice process" with Sri Lankan judicial mechanism, including the proposed Special Counsel's office, Commonwealth and other foreign judges, defence lawyers, and authorized prosecutors and investigators. See page 8 for full resolution

The draft resolution, "Welcomes the government's recognition that accountability is essential to uphold the rule of law and build confidence in the people of all communities of Sri Lanka in the justice system, takes note with appreciation of the Government of Sri Lanka's proposal to establish a Judicial Mechanism with a Special Counsel to investigate allegations of violations and abuses of human rights and violations of international humanitarian law, as applicable; and affirms that a credible justice process should include independent judicial and prosecutorial institutions led by individuals known for integrity and impartiality; and further affirms in this regard the importance of participation in a Sri Lankan judicial mechanism, including the Special Counsel's office, of Commonwealth and other foreign judges, defence lawyers, and authorized prosecutors and investigators,"

The draft resolution welcomed and took note of a number of measures taken by the government in the direction of promoting reconciliation, accountability and human rights in Sri Lanka, after it came to power on January 8. The resolution is expected to undergo more changes within the next few days before its adoption by the UN Human Rights Council.