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Rebuilding the Post-War North

If the Tamil National Alliance, consisting of a hodgepodge of actors, is to steady its course after winning elections to the Northern Province in Sri Lanka, Tamil professionals, intellectuals and leaders of social organisations need to become vocal about the economic concerns of Tamil population and in that process give substance to Tamil aspirations.

As the Northern Provincial Council (NPC) in Sri Lanka led by Chief Minister C. V. Wigneswaran convenes on October 25th, 2013, economic problems have come to the fore in the North. Street wisdom in Jaffna rightly understands the market’s devastating impact after the war as well as much needed i

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