Thisaranie Wijayabandara

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Sep2022
TISL unequivocally condemns the arrests and oppression of citizens who raised their voices in peaceful protests to challenge those responsible for the country's governance. TISL also denounces the destruction of public property that belongs to all citizens, under any circumstance. TISL observes with concern that the Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA) ... Read More
September 5, 2022Thisaranie Wijayabandara
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Aug2022
Corruption has been identified as a root cause of the current political and economic crisis in Sri Lanka by several analysts. It exists at the business, public, and government levels and needs to be addressed in the national search for solutions to the present crisis with a view to ensuring ... Read More
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Aug2022
In 2018, controversial voice recordings released to the public revealed seeming attempts to bribe MPs to cross over in Parliament, during the period when the Parliament was deciding upon who should hold the position of the Prime Minister. Immediately following this, on the 5th of June 2018, Transparency International Sri ... Read More
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Aug2022
Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) recently wrote to the Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption (CIABOC) requesting an update on the investigations launched in connection to the Pandora Papers revelations. TISL reemphasized the power of CIABOC under the Section 7(3) of the Declaration of Assets and Liabilities Law No. ... Read More