External Affairs Minister G.L.Peiris has observed that no government in the world has implemented all recommendations in a report. Similarly, the government will implement recommendations wherever possible. It is not possible to implement all recommendations. It is not possible to say in advance which recommendations will be implemented and which will be rejected.
Minister Periis made these observations in winding up the adjournment motion in Parliament on Geneva resolution. He went on that it is unfair to harbor fears and be critical of countries that supported the resolution. India was for instance forced to vote for the resolution in the interest of the survival of the current government. The top priority for any government is survival. India’s vote for the resolution caused a sway in the results. Everybody would agree that the implementation of some recommendations would require unity of all stakeholders and the government alone cannot do that.
He appealed to the Tamil National Alliance to sort out the problem the government has with the participation of all members for Parliamentary Select Committee is the best mechanism, wherein all parties can participate in he process of evolving an acceptable solution.