Category: Outreach and Communication


Transparency International Sri Lanka, (TISL) the national chapter of the global anti-corruption movement requested Speaker Chamal Rajapakse and all the party leaders to take immediate action to appoint a Parliamentary Select Committee to investigate allegations against the accuracy and genuineness of national socio-economic data released by the two official agencies ... Read More
January 9, 2014


In the wake of the petition handed over by Sunil Hadunnetti Parliamentarian of Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) against Justice Jagath Balapatabendi chairman of CIABOC independent corruption watchdog, Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) in a letter to the President requested to suspend Balapatabendi from his post temporality until an inquiry being ... Read More
January 6, 2014


Widespread corruption affected Sri Lanka most adversely during last 12 months placing the country in the 91st position among 177 countries worldwide with a score of just 37 points, according to the annual Global Corruption Perception Index (CPI) just released by Transparency International (TI). Sri Lanka slid down by 12 places from last ... Read More
December 3, 2013haritha


Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) wants the Public Utilities Commission not to take into account as production costs any reported losses incurred by the Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) due to inefficiency and malpractices, when the next revision of the electricity tariff is worked out. TISL has learnt that the Commission has ... Read More
October 24, 2013