Lee Kuan Yew described Sri Lanka as an "unhappy country", its president a "Sinhalese extremist" - report

Free Malaysia Today, 14 Aug 2013
COLOMBO: Former Singaporean prime minister Lee Kuan Yew has described Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapakse as a Sinhalese extremist.
He also described what happened in Sri Lanka in 2009, during the end of the civil war, as ethnic cleansing.
The father of modern day Singapore made this statement during a conversation with author Thomas Plate, who wrote the book ‘Citizen Singapore: How to Build a Nation – Conversations with Lee Kuan Yew.
Lee described Sri Lanka as an “unhappy country” as it was disunited between the Sinhalese and Jaffna Tamils for decades. Full story

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