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  • 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 under the 18th Amendment to the Constitution which removed the two term limitation imposed on […]

  • 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 not aware of a right called “Right to information”. Read Full report: Sinhala    | […]

  • TISL requests Govt. to Bring RTI Laws Soon

    TISL requests Govt. to Bring RTI Laws Soon

    TISL representatives along with the committee members of Free Media Movement met Gayantha Karunathilaka Minister of Media and Mass Communication on the 27th January 2015 to request the government to expedite the process of introducing new legislations on Right to Information. TISL representatives requested the government to prepare the Right to Information act in line […]

  • New Media Training for Youth to expose and minimize Corruption

    New Media Training for Youth to expose and minimize Corruption

    Transparency International Sri Lanka’s Advocacy and Legal Advice Center (ALAC) conducted a one-day training programme targeting youth in order to empower them on New Media Activism especially in their fight against Corruption. The workshop attended by 26 participants was held at Solis Hotel, Matara. The participants were briefed on the many facets of corruption and […]

  • A staggering loss of Rs. 140 million incurred by the SLTB due to the Presidential Election

    A staggering loss of Rs. 140 million incurred by the SLTB due to the Presidential Election

      Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL), based on credible information, reports that Sri Lanka Transport Board (SLTB) is facing an estimated loss of a staggering Rs. 140 million due to providing buses for the transportation of the general public to the rallies and meetings organized by the UPFA Presidential candidate former President Mahinda Rajapakse during […]

  • සාධාරණ ඡන්දයක් පැවත්වීම ගැන මැතිවරණ කොමසාරිස්වරයාට ස්තුතිය

    සාධාරණ ඡන්දයක් පැවත්වීම ගැන මැතිවරණ කොමසාරිස්වරයාට ස්තුතිය

    ඉතාමත් තීරණාත්මක මැතිවරණයකදී දූෂණයට ඉඩක් ලබා නොදෙමින් මැතිවරණයේ සුපිළිපන් බව ආරක‍ෂා කිරීමට සිදු කළ කැපවීම හා ලබාදුන් නායකත්වය ඉතා අගය කරන බව ට්‍රාන්ස්පේරන්සි ඉන්ටනැෂනල්  ශ්‍රී ලංකා ආයතනය මැතිවරණ කොමසාරිස් මහින්ද දේශප්‍රිය මහතා වෙත ලිපියක් යවමින් ස්තුතිය පළ කරමින් සිටී. මැතිවරණයේ සුපිළිපන් බව බිදලීමට හා එහි වටිනාකම් විනාශ කිරීමට ගෙන ගිය වැඩපිළිවෙළ හමුවේ නොසැළී සිටිමින් සිදුකළ මෙහෙවර පිළිබදව […]

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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