Category: Press Releases

TISL Press Releases


Transparency International Sri Lanka Chapter (TISL), the only national organization committed to rolling back corruption is initiating a process to receive complaints on corruption in Tsunami reconstruction work. While conducting its recently concluded Value for Money Audit project and Tsunami Responses project TISL realized the inadequacy of a public complaint ... Read More
January 23, 2007haritha


Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) welcomes the proactive oversight work of the parliamentary Committee on the Public Enterprises ( COPE), which has recently created a greater impact, setting an example to other oversight bodies. Active and outspoken oversight committee of parliament is necessary for a vibrant democracy to minimize corruption ... Read More
January 11, 2007haritha


TI Sri Lanka says: Nine in Ten Countries Fail to Provide Budget Information Needed for Government Accountability: First ever budget transparency ranking released simultaneously in 59 countries, including Sri Lanka 59 civil society organizations from around the world recently unveiled the Open Budget Index, the first index to rate countries on how ... Read More
November 30, 2006haritha


Sri Lanka’s declining rank on the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) 2006 of Transparency International reflects the continuous deterioration of the corruption situation in the country. Sri Lanka’s rank has dipped a considerable 6 notches bringing it from 78 in 2005 to 84 in 2006, in the Index which covers 163 ... Read More
November 6, 2006haritha