International The Week Magazine describes how Sri Lanka went bankrupt


The cover story of the weekly issue of the weekly The Week International, which will be published on April 3, is dedicated to the current economic bankruptcy of Sri Lanka. The 20-page supplement criticizes the Sri Lankan government’s reckless economic actions in the past.

The economic data are illustrated with charts and it is pointed out that this is a crisis created by Sri Lanka.

Two special articles on the suffering of the people have revealed the crisis, along with two interviews with Ajith Nivard Cabraal and Patali Champika, the Rajapakse regime’s covert speech to Basil Modi, and India’s connection to Port City.

The message being conveyed to the world through such international publications is not good. It will reduce investment opportunities as well as cripple the tourism industry.