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Sep2020
Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) is concerned that the lack of urgency in addressing allegations against police officers investigating major corruption cases, could have a detrimental impact on public trust in the justice system. Past incidents, including unwarranted contact between politicians and investigators, illustrate that interference by political authorities undermines ... Read More
September 21, 2020haritha
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17

Sep2020
In March, the government of Sri Lanka announced a single payment of 5,000 rupees for low-income families, senior citizens and people with disabilities. But the government put local consuls in charge of distribution without clear tracing mechanisms or accountability. Some consuls say they never received any money to distribute from the ... Read More
September 17, 2020haritha
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Sep2020
Operationality of RTI at risk Removal of Audit Commission impairs monitoring of public spending CIABOC’s investigative powers compromised Election Commission restricted from acting against public property misuse Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) is deeply troubled by the plight of several independent commissions and the regression of transparency and accountability as ... Read More
September 10, 2020haritha
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07

Sep2020
With reference to the statement made in Parliament by Hon. Gevindu Kumaratunga MP on 28.08.2020, Transparency International Sri Lanka wishes to note that there are no employees of the organisation who are jointly employed by the Sri Lanka Parliament or who were present at the induction workshop for new members of parliament. Furthermore, as a leading public advocacy group ... Read More
September 7, 2020haritha