This story is reported by Meenakshi Ganguly in Human Rights Watch (HRW):
In Sri Lanka, families like those of Mariyasuresh Easwary, whose husband was forcibly disappeared by the authorities, have been waiting a long time for answers—and for justice.
“We have approached the courts, we did not get justice there. We approached commissions of inquiry, we did not get our justice there either,” she told reporters.
Now, many families of Sri Lanka’s “disappeared” are joining others to call upon the United Nations Human Rights Council to support international accountability efforts for grave violations committed during the 26-year civil war that ended in 2009. “We need the international community and the United Nations to deliver justice for us,” she said.
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