Sarath N. Silva (pictured here), former Chief Justice of Sri Lanka, called attention to the need for better enforcement of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) in Sri Lanka.
Silva made such remarks while speaking at the launch of Voice Against Corruption, an anti-corruption organization founded by the leftist party JVP.
Additionally, he highlighted that Sri Lanka was the second country to ratify the Convention, in 2004, and consequently has an obligation to pursue the effective implementation of UNCAC.
For the full article on colombopage.com, please click here. The picture of Mr. Silva shown above is from lankatruth.com.