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Crossing the Point of No Return

Crossing the Point of No Return Romesh Thaper TO capture the political, economic and social vibrations in the Capital these days, one needs an extra sensitive network of informers, buried here, there and everywhere. Nothing happens. There is a deadness, a despair, a deep demoralisation. Indeed, so many who curse and abuse this 'non-government' if ever there was one, will probably vote it back to power. They have too much to lose in a change. I suppose that is what is meant by an entrenched vested interest.

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