Is the ‘Memorandum of Understanding’ (MOU) signed by the prime minister Mr Ranil Wickreme-singhe with the LTTE Tamil terrorists, valid?
In fact, Mr Ranil Wickremasinghe, prime minister, has no power under the Constitution to enter into any such agreement and is chargeable with having:
1. Committed a criminal offence by effectively commi-tting forgery by usurping the power of the president.
2. Committed a criminal offence by having dealings with a proscribed organisation.
3. Committed a felony by permitting the Tamil terrorists to import five shiploads of weapons, amm-
unition and explosives (which will be used, as these terrorists have done in the past, to murder
large numbers of Sri Lankan civilians and soldiers and destroy public and private property).
4. Committed treason by entering into an agreement to hand over control of part of the sovereign
territory of Sri Lanka to unauthorised persons.
5. Committed violations of (inter alia) Articles 26, 27, 28, 63 and 157A of the Constitution.
6. Committed treason by permitting the Tamil terrorists to import five shiploads of weapons, ammuni-
ion and explosives, which will be used by these terrorists with the aim of seizing part of the
sovereign territory of Sri Lanka.
7. Committed treason by - as soon as the US-led World Alliance Against Terrorism (WAAT) was
formed with the declared aim 'to eradicate terrorists and those who harbour terrorists,anywhere in
the world'- harbouring and protecting the Tamil terrorists by signing a spurious cease-fire agree-
ment with the terrorists (whom both the major political parties have been claiming they were
unable to eradicate during the past twenty years and who have murdered more than 90,000 civil-i
ans and caused damage to private and public property, running to billions of rupees) instead of
inviting the WAAT to eradicate the Tamil terrorists in the same way as it eradicated the Taliban in
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