In this project we are going to explain about the civil war in The Democratic Republic of Sri Lanka thataffects the society. The discrimination against the minority group of the Tamils how are discriminated by the Sinhalese the mayoralty group. This project wants to demonstrate that the Sri Lanka this is anendless war. We are going to investigate about the Sri Lanka civil war; we are going to look at the principal news and about the characteristics and the people that it’s affected by this event. We aregoing to search evidence that this is a war that has ended.
President Mahinda Rajapaksa told the parliament that Sri Lanka has been liberated from terrorism, and the first time in 30 years that theentire country has been unified.
It is expected that the Sri Lankan government will soon rebuild infrastructure, social facilities and government offices across the northern regions which were longcontrolled by the Tamil Tigers, the decades of civil war have scared away many more mainstream tourists, even though the fighting was mostly confined to the North and Northeast
The Sri Lankan civilwar has been fought for almost 26 years between government forces and Tamil Tiger rebels. The minority Tamil population are based in the north-east of the country, with the Liberation Tigers of TamilEelam (LTTE) considered to be the main body representing the Tamil rebels. They demand an independent state in the north-east for the Tamil people. Tensions finally erupted into violence in 1983, andit is estimated more than 60,000 people have died as a result of the civil war over the last two decades.
Several attempts at peace with the Indian armed forces and cease-fire brokered by theinternational community have succeeded in these 26 years of conflict. However in recent years, the official government has launched several large-scale attacks that have enabled the official government...