JVP has opposed many Indian projects strongly in the past
An ICIJ analysis has alleged Alles of using shell companies to buy properties in the U.K.
Recyclers said they could not make payments that did not go the BoI or the consolidated fund
“It’s not our houses that should be surrounded but theirs,” he added.
Anti-corruption legislation enactment delayed because Anti-Corruption Commission grappling with recruiting trained staff
“Why wasn’t an asset recovery law included in this? Why no retroactive punishment? said Attanayake.
“Next week, when this bill is brought to parliament, I believe we will be able to take that forward,” he said.
A stock of 204 million cigarettes, valued at 15 billion rupees, was destroyed at a storage yard in Kerawalapitiya
The bill was challenged in terms of Article 121(1) of the constitution.
Governance diagnostic is done on the request of Sri Lanka - IMF
Ishara Dewendra, a senior ITN news anchor, resigned last week after allegedly facing sexual harassment at the workplace.
These offences are aggravated in the case of its commission on a child.
The new bill is expected to be brought to parliament and enacted by June this year.
Existing penal provisions are sufficient to take legal action against anyone who has made a false allegation, she said.
Most illegal spare parts that need a license are imported by mixing them with legal spare parts
Polls may increase crisis-hit Sri Lanka's uncertainty amid debt restructuring, IMF loan delay
Another anti-government protest planned for October 2 by apolitical, political activists
Opposition has raised concerns over higher price, lack of transparency on Sri Lanka's largest coal tender
"Sri Lankans have delivered a clear message that they will no longer tolerate corrupt leaders."
The IMF must put the issue on the agenda during their visit, he said.
Lack of parliament majority could drag the new prime minister's economic recovery plans
“We will take legal action as some of [the allegations] are already being investigated and some cases are ongoing."
Cabraal resigned from the post on Monday
Sri Lanka Parliament meets on Tuesday, April 5.
Analysts say is a drop in public confidence government probes into corruption allegations.
“The president is asking the commission to investigate a relative of his. Will such inquiry be fair?” said Rahuman.