The continued denial of the right to self-determination of the Tamil People and the consequent deprivation of access to governance in political, economic, social and cultural issues of grave and immediate concern collectively to the Tamil Speaking Peoples, would inexorably lead to a situation where the international community will be called upon to consider what further action needs to be taken to recognize the right of the Tamil People to self-determination. The TNA is the only group that did not split or have even one member defect in the last Parliament, although it is made up of four different registered political parties. However, enormous efforts have been made since then to weaken the collective political influence of the Tamil Speaking Peoples, by arraigning a plethora of groups to contest against the TNA in the North and the East. The need of the hour is to preserve and demonstrate our unity, which is paramount to satisfactorily resolving the issues of immediate concern and achieving our political goals.