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  • TISL calls for consensus and unity among Parliamentarians to pass 19A

    TISL calls for consensus and unity among Parliamentarians to pass 19A

    Transparency International Sri Lanka urges representatives of all political parties to join hands at this crucial juncture and support the enactment of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution before the end of the 100 day program. The commitment to democracy and governance should go beyond all forms of party politics and ideologies and Parliamentarian should […]

  • Citizen’s unsatisfied with the Government’s progress made regarding combating corruption within the 100 days, survey reveals

    Citizen’s unsatisfied with the Government’s progress made regarding combating corruption within the 100 days, survey reveals

    According to a study done by Transparency International Sri Lanka, to assess citizen’s perception of the progress made in the 100 day program of the present government, 62% of the respondents stated that the government’s tackling of corruption failed to meet their expectations. Meanwhile, 32% of the respondents said that they are somewhat satisfied with […]

  • Stop controversial Port City Project – Public Tribunal

    Stop controversial Port City Project – Public Tribunal

    The three member panel who officiated at the Public Tribunal on controversial Port City Project in its final conclusion remarks requested the government to immediately stop the project. They took this decision after listening to evidence given by various organaisations and individuals.   වරාය නගරය ව්‍යාපෘතිය-මහජන විනිශ්චය සභාව වරාය නගර ව්‍යාපෘතිය පිළිබඳ සාක්ෂි සහ තොරතුරු […]

  • Expedite investigations against Corruption TISL urge Government

    Expedite investigations against Corruption TISL urge Government

    While commending the efforts made by the new Government in addressing past allegations of bribery and corruption, Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) urges authorities to expedite their investigations while maintaining the highest standards of transparency and due procedure. As the country reaches the final staged of the 100 day program, it is important to move […]

  • Two TISL Stalwarts Represent Board of Inquiry- Shocking details of corruption at Sri Lankan airlines

    Two TISL Stalwarts Represent Board of Inquiry- Shocking details of corruption at Sri Lankan airlines

    Two prominent members of the Transparency International Sri Lanka its chairman and senior lawyer J. C. Weliamuna and leading investigator B.A.W. Abeywardane were part of the Board of Inquiry which found shocking details of corruption running into billions of dollars at Sri Lankan airlines under the former government. The Board of Inquiry headed by J. […]

  • The Good Governance Actors Join Hands

    The Good Governance Actors Join Hands

    The Minister of Public Administration and Good Governance Karu Jayasuriya requested Transparency International(TISL) Sri Lanka to work closely with the Ministry to improve the efficiency and independence of the Public Service Commission once its scope of work is determined by the  under the 19th amendment. The Minister also sought the suggestions and support to make […]

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  • Right to Information Discussion Held in Jaffna

    Right to Information Discussion Held in Jaffna

    Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) held a Sambashana discussion on importance of Right to Information laws in Sri Lanka at the center of Jaffna on the 28th February 2015. This discussion was part of TISL advocacy campaign to built the

    March 4, 2015 | 1 comment | View Post

  • Legal Clinic in Weligama

    Legal Clinic in Weligama

    Shelter for Integrity the legal arm of the Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) held a legal clinic on February 28th 2015 in Pathegama, Weligama of Matara District. At the legal clinic public of Weligama were provided with legal advice for

    March 4, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • TISL Launches Presidential Election Monitoring Report

    TISL Launches Presidential Election Monitoring Report

    Transparency International Sri Lanka launched the report Electoral Integrity based on highlights of Presidential Election monitoring on the 25th February 2015 at the Committee room B of BMICH. This event was organized by Programme for Protection of Public Resources (PPPR)

    March 2, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • ELECTORAL INTEGRITY

    ELECTORAL INTEGRITY

    A Review of the Abuse of State Resources and Selected Integrity Issues during 2015 Presidential Election in Sri Lanka January 8th 2015 marked the sixth Presidential election of the Democratic Socialists Republic of Sri Lanka. This was the first election conducted

    February 26, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • PUBLIC OPINION ON THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION

    PUBLIC OPINION ON THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION

    A study done by Transparency International Sri Lanka revealed that 95% of the General Public thinks they have an entitlement to the right to obtain information they attempt to seek but it was also  revealed that 49.6% of respondents were

    February 24, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Handbook on Local Governance launched

    Handbook on Local Governance launched

    TISL launched the Handbook on Local Governance outlining the services provided by local government institutions in Sri Lanka on 12th January at the Yakkalamulla Pradesheeya Sabha – Galle District – auditorium. Titled ‘Pradeshiya Yahapalanaya’ it comprises information in Sinhala to

    January 13, 2012 | 0 comments | View Post

  • TISL releases National Integrity System Assessment 2010

    TISL releases National Integrity System Assessment 2010

    The ‘National Integrity System (NIS) study 2010, a comprehensive assessment of the legal basis for and actual practice of functioning of Sri Lanka’s key institutions responsible for preventing and curbing corruption – has just been released by Transparency International Sri

    October 31, 2011 | 1 comment | View Post