Bribery Commission launches new website and hotline

Bribery Commission launches new website and hotline

December 20, 2017   02:07 pm

The Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption (CIABOC) today launched a new website and hotline for the public to submit complaints pertaining to bribery, corruption and non-declaration of assets.

Online complaints can now be made via the website while the new hotline 1954 has also been introduced by the commission. 

However, the website warns that that false complaining shall be an offence subject to 10 years imprisonment.

Sri Lanka’s anti-graft commission carries out prosecutions for offences under the Bribery Act and the Declaration of Assets and Liabilities Law, No. 1 of 1975 and for matters connected.

The Commission mandate expands to bribery, corruption and Declaration of Assets and Liabilities law. It is statutorily empowered to investigate and prosecute all complains.

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