Sri Lanka: The Commission's ruling that Britain's ban on the LTTE was wrong was the first victory of the legal battle; The Prime Minister of the Transnational Tamil Eelam Government V Uruthirakumaran has stated that the legal battle is continuing towards the final victory.
He was commenting on the verdict in the case filed by the Transnational Tamil Eelam Government before the Appellate Commission for Prohibited Organizations.
He further commented, this is the second case in the 20 - year history of this special tribunal. We can pat ourselves on the back for not fully handling this case. In order to achieve political victory towards our goal, we must move the first victory of the legal struggle to the next. The legal battle continues.
He said that we have established that the Tamil national race has the strength to fight against any unjust force, no matter how strong it may be.
The law looks at whether there are terrorist activities in the present. Says. In particular, the law looks at what has happened in the last 18 months. The tribunal ruled that the reasons for the ban imposed by the British Home Office on the LTTE were not strong.
While the tribunal does not have the power to lift the ban on the British Home Office, it remains a political challenge for the British government.
The British government must make a political policy decision based on the decision of the Appellate Commission for Prohibited Organizations.