Sri Lanka National Integrity System Assessment 2014

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National Integrity System assessment published 29 July 2014
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The Sri Lanka NIS country report addresses 13 “pillars” or institutions believed to make up the integrity system of the country. An overall analysis of the national integrity system reveals that in most pillars, key laws and regulation to ensure integrity already exist and that the main issue is the implementation or enforcement of these laws.

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