Sri Lankan economy will heavily affect if the UNHRC manages to adopt another resolution, no investor would come if UNHRC adopts a resolution, Samagi Jana Balawegaya (SJB) MP Eran Wickramaratne said in a press conference on Monday (21).
Sri Lanka is already in a bad wicket when it comes to the UNHRC sessions that would begin on February 27, 2022 with the developments on the Easter Sunday attacks and the disclosures made by former Intelligence Officer Shani Abeysekera in his petition which was filed recently.
“Sri Lanka’s economy will be affected if a resolution against Sri Lanka is adopted. One important factor which foreign investors would look at is the upholding of rule of law in a country when considering investing in that country. Accordingly, no investor would come if UNHRC adopts a resolution and declares that Sri Lanka has failed to maintain rule of law,” he said.