Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) is extremely concerned by reports quoting a letter from the Secretary to the Ministry of Home Affairs, dated 27 July, which instructs all District Secretaries to ... Read More
The recent re-emergence of the uncomfortable nexus between politicians and business was witnessed before the Presidential Commission of Inquiry into Bond Issuance. This nexus maybe sociologically complex, but the solution is far more straightforward.
The government needs to expeditiously introduce a mandatory register of financial interest for all MPs, which would ... Read More
Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) is concerned by the recent gazette notification, which has erroneously in law placed the National Lotteries Board under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. TISL calls for the the error to be expediently remedied by regazetting the National Lotteries Board under the Finance Ministry as per ... Read More
Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) is concerned over the state's lack of progress in implementing the Open Government Partnership (OGP) National Action Plan, which consists of 116 milestones. These milestones lay out a bold policy and service delivery framework for the government, covering themes ranging from Health & Education to ... Read More