“Who rules?” by Ranil Senanayake

The media of the 13th Friday had two very different statements on the fate of the ‘Port City “ project. The Daily Mirror reports The Government of Sri Lanka through its acting cabinet spokesman; Minister Lakshman Kiriella stated, “The Port City Project has been automatically stopped as there were so many shortcomings in the EIA report. We must go through it and rectify those shortcomings before re-start the project,”

Via http://groundviews.org/2015/02/16/who-rules/

The media of the 13th Friday had two very different statements on the fate of the ‘Port City “ project. The Daily Mirror reports The Government of Sri Lanka through its acting cabinet spokesman; Minister Lakshman Kiriella stated, “The Port City Project has been automatically stopped as there were so many shortcomings in the EIA report. We must go through it and rectify those shortcomings before re-start the project,”

Via http://groundviews.org/2015/02/16/who-rules/

“Sri Lanka approves Chinese port project to avoid ‘misunderstanding’ with Beijing” by The Guardian

Sri Lanka’s new government will go ahead with a $1.5 bn Chinese-funded port city project planned by the previous president to avoid misunderstandings with Beijing, an official said Thursday.

via: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/feb/06/sri-lanka-approves-chinese-port-project-to-avoid-misunderstanding-with-beijing