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The prime minister of Australia called to boycott the Colombo summit

November 2013, 11
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The prime minister of Australia is facing heavy pressure as his Canadian and Indian counterparts are urging him to join hands with them to boycott the British Commonwealth summit in Sri Lanka which is related to the country's human rights data. A government source from India announced that the Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is the second leader after his the Prime minister of Canada to boycott the meeting from Nov 15-17. 

visaThe Commonwealth has 54 members in their association, which form a part of former British colonies. Lee Rhiannon, the Australian senator who was detained in Australia by Sri Lankan officials along with New Zealand lawmaker Jan Logie for three hours in her hotel room and questioned and had her passport seized is calling upon the Australian Prime minister Tony Abbott to boycott the meeting as she was prevented to hold a press conference on human rights issues faced by people in Sri Lanka.

Rhiannon's green party is not part of the Australian coalition government and said that how she was treated was completely unlawful as she had been granted a tourist visa for her visit and the Australian department of foreign affairs and trade had also given a letter to the Sri Lankan government explaining the purpose of her trip. She told reporters at the Sydney airport after she arrived from Colombo that she was worried about her liberty being denied to her for 3 hours.

She said that Mr. Abbott the prime minister of Australia who is heading the summit must not do it. The way in which Rhiannon was detained confirms that there is a continued pattern of human right abuses in Sri Lanka said Human rights group Amnesty International. APNZ news gave the information that Logie gave a statement that she was very safe after she was detained. The decision made by the Canadian and Indian leaders is a good answer to Sri Lanka as they must account for the deaths of civilians caused by government forces in Sri Lanka in their war against the Tamil rebels.

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