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Sri Lanka
Practice Relating to Rule 87. Humane Treatment
In 2009, in its combined third and fourth periodic reports to the Committee against Torture, Sri Lanka stated: “The Presidential Directive of 7 July 2006 … instructs the Heads of the Armed Forces and the IGP [Inspector General of Police and] … provides for the protection of fundamental rights of persons arrested or detained and their humane treatment.” 
Sri Lanka, Combined third and fourth periodic reports to the Committee against Torture, 23 September 2010, UN Doc. CAT/C/LKA/3-4, submitted 17 August 2009, § 45.
Sri Lanka also stated:
24. The President … issued directions to the Armed Forces and Police as the Minister of Defence, in connection with persons arrested and detained. The President has directed these institutions to respect the fundamental rights of the persons arrested and to treat such persons humanely and has given these directions … regarding the rules and regulations concerning Arrest, Detention and Interrogation on 7 July 2006.
26. In the Supreme Court Fundamental Rights Applications 73, 74, 75, 76 of 2002, the Supreme Court directed the Police to be vigilant when they detain suspects in … [p]olice custody and to provide them with … human[e] conditions and treatment in place[s] of detention. …
29. In addition, under “Directions Issued by the President Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces and Minister of Defence” on 7 July 2006, it is provided that “Every member of the Armed Forces and the Police Force shall … ensure that the fundamental rights of persons arrested or detained are respected.” 
Sri Lanka, Combined third and fourth periodic reports to the Committee against Torture, 23 September 2010, UN Doc. CAT/C/LKA/3-4, submitted 17 August 2009, Annex, §§ 24, 26 and 29; see also § 18 of the report.
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In 2012, in its fifth periodic report to the Human Rights Committee, Sri Lanka stated:
Post-conflict developments
29. Several significant measures were taken by the GoSL to protect the civil and political rights of those that were affected by the conflict …
3. Rehabilitation and reintegration
42. Remarkable progress has … been made with regard to the rehabilitation and reintegration of ex-combatants. The Bureau of the Commissioner General of Rehabilitation was established to oversee the rehabilitation and reintegration of nearly 12,000 ex-LTTE [Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam] combatants.
52. The Government treated ex-combatants humanely and respected their Civil and Political Rights. This is despite the fact that most of these cadres were involved in attacks against Armed Forces personnel in the battlefield and participated in conducting atrocities against civilians. 
Sri Lanka, Fifth periodic report to the Human Rights Committee, 31 January 2013, UN Doc. CCPR/C/LKA/5, submitted 29 October 2012, §§ 29, 42 and 52.