Category: 2021-25

12pr_corruption

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May2022
2022 has so far been a tumultuous year for Sri Lanka. With the country teetering dangerously close to defaulting, economists have noted that the situation will only get worse before it can get better. TISL maintains its stance that the prevailing crisis has been caused by decades of misuse and mismanagement of ... Read More
ASSET RECOVERY DECK 01

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May2022
Recovering stolen assets is a major topic of conversation at the moment in Sri Lanka. This is a brief explainer on how Sri Lanka can recover stolen assets, who has to take action to get it done and how long it takes. Click the link for more details. ASSET RECOVERY ENGLISH සොරකම් කරන ලද ... Read More
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Apr2022
In a letter to the Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption (CIABOC), Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) requested an update into the investigations launched into Nirupama Rajapaksa and her spouse based on the revelations made through the Pandora papers leak. An investigative report by the Australian Broadcast Corporation (https://ab.co/3vDXMey) ... Read More
Protesting Mother

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Apr2022
Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL), as an independent local organization that has been working in Sri Lanka for the past two decades with the mission to fight corruption, stands in solidarity with the people across the country who are mobilizing independently against the corrupt in a non-violent manner. TISL notes that ... Read More