Tagged with justice

Contempt for people seeking justice?

Island Opinion Page Governments approaching elections are quick to publish full-page advertisements in all newspapers extolling their achievements during the period under review. Can we wish that one fine day we will also read a full page advertisement that goes like this?: “The government is indeed sad and distressed to report that the annual performance … Continue reading

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Sanctity of justice, harmony, peace

Sunday Observer Editorial As we celebrate Christmas and look forward to the New Year, the improvement of governance in the country, is one achievement that all citizens would hope for, along with other social goals as well as our personal goals. Christmas is the moment when Christians celebrate the beginnings of their faith community, the … Continue reading

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Arrest of Park (Korean people’s power)

Request for detention of ex-leader to serve as precedent for rule of law Korea Herald Editorial The prosecution requested an arrest warrant for former President Park Geun-hye on Monday. Park is being investigated as a suspect in the corruption scandal which led to her impeachment. She faces 13 charges, including bribery. The decision to seek … Continue reading

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Justice is not a fast-moving comedy

Don’t turn justice into a fast-moving comedy Daily Mirror Editorial At a national and international level, important factors such as the restoration of judicial independence, the independence of the police and the rule of law have been important factors in restoring Sri Lanka’s image and relationships for more trade and aid. However, certain parties or … Continue reading

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Justice to those who knew too much about……..

Daily News Editorial Theme cartoons added by TW from internet The long delayed justice on behalf of the prisoners gunned down in Welikada just over four years ago now appears to be a reality, with Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe vowing in parliament to bring all those responsible to book. Twenty seven prisoners were killed and … Continue reading

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