The Australian Network News (ANN) quoted the Executive Director of the National Peace Council of Sri Lanka, Jehan Perera, as saying that he expected the bitter contest to attract a large voter turn out.
What does NPCSL stand for?
NPCSL stands for National Peace Council of Sri Lanka
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Election violence Jehan Perera, the head of the National Peace Council of Sri Lanka, said that election violence had become commonplace in Sri Lanka since the 1980s and the beginning of the conflict with the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE).
14 Kyodo A survey conducted by the National Peace Council of Sri Lanka showed Thursday that a majority of Tamils, including those living in war zones in Sri Lanka's north and east, want the country's ethnic crisis solved through a negotiated solution.