This latest edition of the TISL governance report documents and highlights significant
governance issues that have arisen between 2015 to 2018. It seeks to both stimulate the
governance debate in Sri Lanka by providing thought provoking articles by experts in their
respective fields and record the insights on prevailing issues for posterity. To this end the
report is not exhaustive but attempts to cover areas in which a constructive debate and
exchange of ideas is required.
The report consists of five chapters, with each chapter taking on a thematic area that
highlights governance-related policies, reforms, laws and practices, as well as malpractices, that lead to corruption in the country’s economic and political spheres.