Interview > Himal Interviews: Sri Lanka’s right to information
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  • K SHESHU BABU

    One of the most effective tool, RTI, has given people enoromous power to assess policies of the governments. But, since the passage of the acts, ruling powers are under pressure to perform well. Since most political parties that come to power are corruption – ridden, they are reluctant to provide information under the act. Hence, there are serious efforts to limit the applicability of the act to the maximum extent. People of South Asian nations must work unitedly to protect this important act and not let the parluaments to amend the act making it toothless and powerless

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