Recently, Greenland had parliamentary elections. Different news sources contradict each other:
Fox News: Opposition party keen on tapping underground resources wins ...
The Star: Opposition critical of minings wins Greenland election
From the actual articles, The Star writes:
NUUK (Reuters) - Greenland's main opposition leader, who campaigned on a platform of greater control and higher taxes of foreign miners, gained the biggest number of votes in a national parliamentary election, underscoring a backlash against the island's fast globalisation.
whereas Fox News writes:
An opposition centrist1 party that favors tapping Greenland's underground mineral wealth appears poised to win the Arctic country's parliamentary election.
The IA - headed by Prime Minister Kuupik Kleist - is in favour of importing cheap, foreign, mainly Chinese labour to mine iron ore.
Siumut - led by Aleqa Hammond - is opposed to the plan, which could see Greenland's population increase by 5%.
Now, I'm confused. What points of view do the different major political parties in Greenland have with regard to mining and control thereof?
1 I wonder if Fox News would describe a U.S. party that is a member of the Socialist International as centrist ;)