10 more Sri Lankans condemned to death in Middle east; minister dilan reveals

Sunday, 19 May 2013 - 19:20


Minister of Foreign Employment Welfare & Promotion Dilan Perera states that Sri Lanka is unable to influence the Middle Eastern justice system in order to obtain a pardon on behalf of those who have been condemned to death.


According to the minister 10 Sri Lankans have been condemned to death in various Middle Eastern nations.


These countries include Dubai, Abu Dabi, Quatar & Saudi Arabia.


A multitude of Sri Lankan’s has been condemned to death on accounts of having committed murder.


Minister of Foreign Employment Welfare & Promotion notes that attempts to salvage the lives of these Sri Lankans would constitute an infringement of democracy of these nations well as an undue influence on internal affairs.


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