Ensuring that the upcoming parliamentary polls are free, fair and inclusive is a challenge in pursuit of good governance and a functioning democracy, Transparency International Bangladesh has observed.
Transparency International Bangladesh today (May 20, 2022) called upon the government to form an independent "Economic Strategy Advisory Committee" to advise on ways to address the potential global economic fallout and ensure continued commendable economic performance achieved so far.
A study by Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) has revealed that there has been corruption of Tk 390 crore in the purchase-acquisition-compensation of land in the construction of three power plants in Bangladesh.
Information and Broadcasting Minister Hasan Mahmud today came down heavily on Amnesty International, Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) and Reporters without Borders (RSF) for what he called their “biased take on human rights, press freedom and corruption in Bangladesh”.
Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) Executive Director Iftekharuzzaman has said that Rajdhani Unnayan Kortripokkho's (Rajuk) regulatory role should be curbed by forming a separate body to monitor development and planning activities.