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Two Australian men have been charged with bribing Sri Lankan officials to secure infrastructure contracts worth millions of dollars.The post Two Australians arrested for bribing Sri Lankan officials for lucrative contracts appeared first on Sri Lanka News - Latest Breaking News in Sri Lanka - ONLANKA News.

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Two Australian men have been charged with bribing Sri Lankan officials to secure infrastructure contracts worth millions of dollars. Australian police arrested the pair last month after a decade-long investigation spanning several countries. The men, aged 67 and 71, worked for a company which has been accused of misconduct in South Asian countries. They are […]

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[…]The post How We Came To This Pass – The Aragalaya Challenge appeared first on Colombo Telegraph.

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Hotels charge in US dollars, I do not see why we cannot

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Sri Lanka central government debt falls to US$32.4bn from US$50.5 billion rupees

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Good allowed for re-export

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[…]The post The ACF Commission: To Exorcise Ghosts Of Truth That Continued To Haunt Regardless  appeared first on Colombo Telegraph.

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[…]The post The Aragalaya & Morality appeared first on Colombo Telegraph.

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Pure floating exchange rates and a fixed exchange rate with a currency boards are free-market mechanisms

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assport of a British national, Kayleigh Fraser, who had posted about the protests on social media, seized

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A leading human rights group has accused the new Sri Lanka Government of cracking down on dissent. The Sri Lankan Government is using emergency regulations to harass and arbitrarily detain activists seeking political reform and accountability for the country’s economic crisis, Human Rights Watch said today. Since Ranil Wickremesinghe was sworn in as President on July […]

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[…]The post An Open Letter & Appeal To The IMF appeared first on Colombo Telegraph.

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But it is a tool and a means only, not the ultimate goal. It is simply compulsion and coercion; it is the police power.

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Broadly the same opinion across the South, North and East

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By Michael Rowand As Sri Lankan protesters stormed the presidential residence in Colombo, the Chinese Embassy released no statements and did not tweet. The Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs offered no comment until Monday afternoon, well behind others such as India, the European Union, and the United States. The French Embassy even retweeted a tweet […]

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COLOMBO (News 1st); The Governor of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka, Dr. Nandalal Weerasinghe says that the progress on getting an international bailout package depends on political stability in the country. Speaking to the BBC Sinhala Service, Dr. Weerasinghe stated that it is also impossible

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The Governor of Sri Lanka’s Central Bank, Nandalal Weerasinghe, has warned that the country may shut down if no stable government is formed soon.The post Sri Lanka faces shutdown without stable Government – Central Bank Governor warns appeared first on ONLANKA News - Sri Lanka News - Sri Lanka News Live and Breaking News Today.

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[…]The post Why I Don’t Support The Aragalaya appeared first on Colombo Telegraph.

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Sri Lanka could have avoided its current economic turmoil if it had gone to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a bailout sooner, the country’s central bank governor says. P Nandalal Weerasinghe told BBC Newsnight that the delay in seeking outside help was a mistake. The country

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[…]The post Aragalaya: People’s Response To Rajapaksa-Made Crisis appeared first on Colombo Telegraph.

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[…]The post Ranil Wickremesinghe’s Sixth (Mis)adventure: An Indisputable Reason For The ‘Aragalaya’ To Stay Alive appeared first on Colombo Telegraph.

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“After I speak to [friendly nations], there will be help coming from there. They won’t allow people to starve.”

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[…] The post What’s Next, After The Rajapaksa Clan & #GotaGoGama Are Both Gone? appeared first on Colombo Telegraph.

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How focused and efficacious are the current infrastructure investments in Sri Lanka, executed through a public investments programme (PIP)? Take for instance the Chinese funded Norochcholai coal fired power plant, built after obtaining a commercial loan from China, and its subsequent breakdowns resulting in power cuts that will stifle growth and earnings, on top of ...

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“The demoralising, destructive character of the patriotic degeneracy….” Sebastian Haffner (Germany: Jekyll and Hyde) By Tisaranee Gunasekara It was the Oxford Debacle all over again. The events were drearily predicable. Sri Lanka, like every Commonwealth nation, received an invitation for the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II. President Rajapaksa, unlike most Commonwealth leaders,...

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This country’s history is repeating itself with deadly accuracy. Last week Gotabaya Rajapaksa reiterated what Sinhalese leaders have been saying since the parting of ways with the Tamils in 1958. In an interview with the BBC on Monday (May12) Rajapaksa was asked about ‘a recent local government

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Receipt of aid, both in the form of grant aid and concessional aid, like in the good old days, would give an impetus to development. When there are roads, power plants and power connections, water supply and sewerage facilities and such like built, that would also give a fillip to investments and therewith job creation ...

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By Tisaranee Gunasekara “Nothing is closer to the law of the jungle than a system of distorted laws and procedures” Haaretz Editorial (2.1.2012) President Rajapaksa won the Eelam War, with the help of countless others (including the imprisoned Gen. Fonseka). In fairytales, the hero who saves a country from some deadly peril is rewarded with ...

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