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May2020
Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) is concerned by steps taken by the government to enact a “no questions asked” policy on deposits of foreign currency. Whilst TISL recognizes the need for policies to bolster foreign currency reserves, we strongly believe that any new policies should be consistent with Sri Lanka’s ... Read More
May 7, 2020haritha
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Apr2020
Presidential Secretariat must make the following documents public - Report of the Trial Judge Advice of the Attorney General Recommendation of the Justice Minister Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) calls on the Presidential Secretariat to publicly disclose all relevant documents in the case of the presidential pardon afforded to the convict in the case of the Mirusuvil Massacre ... Read More
April 1, 2020haritha
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Mar2020
Following a preliminary inquiry, TISL’s Board of Directors had suspended the Integrity Icon 2018 Award presented to Dr. Wasantha Dissanayake, Director of the Apeksha Hospital.  Dr. Dissanayake was afforded the opportunity to appeal this decision and has chosen not to do so. TISL can therefore confirm that the award has been withdrawn.  
March 31, 2020haritha
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Mar2020
Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) wrote to the Director of the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in the UK on 6 March 2020, posing a series of queries pertaining to Sri Lanka's entitlement to compensation in the €3.6bn settlement reached with Airbus SE. This letter forms part of TISL's ongoing work ... Read More
March 11, 2020haritha