99 percent Norway Tamils aspire for Tamil Eelam in Sri Lanka
The turn out was high, and they were eager to express the small prototype of what the worldwide Tamil diaspora and Tamils in Sri Lanka would want if they given a fair chance to express themselves.
The Norwegian Tamils showed up to an election, 80% turn out for the country, to let the world know that they want Tamil Eelam in Sri Lanka; 98.95 % voters said this in a secret ballot set up and counted by external agents.
99 percent Norway Tamils aspire for Tamil Eelam
In a secret ballot of universal suffrage, conducted by a Norwegian media simultaneously in 14 centres in the length and breath of the country among Eezham Tamils, 98.95 percent of the voters said that they aspire for the formation of an independent and sovereign Tamil Eelam in the North and East of the island of Sri Lanka. The voter turn out was a high 89.8 percent in the capital city of Oslo and an average 80 percent for the country, Utrop biweekly that conducted the ballot said. The ballot gains significance not only in democratically and concretely revealing what the Tamils want, but also in telling that the so-called Oslo Declaration that speaks about internal self-determination is not up to their expectations, Tamil circles said. A couple of days before the ballot, Norwegian Minister Erik Solheim advocated a federal solution to the crisis
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