[ap-intact] COMMENTARY: Sri Lanka - Looking for sharks and catching sprats

"The question being asked by many is whether this government is cohesive enough in intent to pursue the publicly avowed objective of finding and punishing the corrupt. Some say — and with some conviction — that the business community straddling the political divide effectively massages the political Right and Left and somehow creeps through the net to safety and possibly to mass more wealth under a new dispensation."

Read the op-ed by Neville de Silva, in The Sunday Times. http://www.sundaytimes.lk/150315/columns/thoughts-from-london-looking-for-sharks-and-catching-sprats-139942.html

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