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Almost all of world trade relies on access to trade finance. Yet in many countries there is a lack of domestic capacity in the financial sector to support trade, and also a lack of access to the international financial system. The impact of these...
  • 22 Jan 2014
  • Commonwealth Observer Mission
  • Pages: 36
The report of the Commonwealth Observer Mission for Sri Lanka’s Northern Provincial Council Elections, held 21 September 2013. The Mission was led by Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, Former Vice President of Kenya, and was comprised of 4 eminent persons ...
Following your invitation to observe the 21 September 2013 Northern Provincial Council elections in Sri Lanka, we have now completed our Final Report and are pleased to submit it to you with this letter.
The Commonwealth Observer Mission to the 2013 Northern Provincial Council elections in Sri Lanka was led by His Excellency Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka, former Vice President of the Republic of Kenya, and comprised four eminent persons in total. A...
The election campaign in the Northern Province appeared to have been conducted in a compromised and subdued environment. This seemed, to the Mission, to be attributed in large part to the presence and influence of the military in the province. A...
The United Peoples Freedom Alliance (UPFA) is the ruling coalition in Sri Lanka. At the helm of the UPFA is the Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP), which is the single largest party in Parliament. The head of the UPFA and SLFP is President Mahinda...
The 21 September 2013 elections were landmark elections, the first Northern Provincial Council elections held since the end of the civil conflict in May 2009, and since the Provincial Council system was established. We are conscious that the Northern...
The Northern Province consists of five districts with a total of 714,488 voters who elected 36 council members.
The ICT Agency of Sri Lanka (ICTA), which is a government agency funded by the World Bank and many other donors, was established in July 2003 as a company, fully owned by the Government of Sri Lanka. It is empowered by law to be the policymaking ...
Sri Lankan women exercised universal franchise as early as 1932, and equal access to free education and health services came into effect in the 1940s. These have had already contributed to gender equality in some spheres of life of Sri Lankan women ...
From 1987 to 1990 the south of Sri Lanka lived through a time that has come to be known as the ‘reign of terror’. The society was in crisis. The Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP), in its bid to capture state power, began a violent campaign of threats ...
The history of forest management in Sri Lanka can be traced back to the beginning of the country's recorded history. There is no doubt that, even prior to then, forests would have played a major role in the lives of inhabitants. Buddhist philosophy...
This document has attempted to illustrate the changing roles of forestry over the course of Sri Lanka's history, and how these have been linked to, and influenced by, the changing fates of Sri Lanka's forests. It is hoped that in doing so, it may...
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