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Results of the Public Opinion Poll indicates to the Deterioration in the Field of Corruption

 

Transparency International Georgia has recently studied the outcome of the public opinion poll conducted in Spring 2016, concerning the current public stance on the corruption issues in Georgia.

The Bill on Constitutional Court is Detrimental to Interests of Constitutional Justice and Falls Short of International Standards

On May 10, 2016, the Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights and Civic Integration passed a bill about the Constitutional Court at second reading.

Unwarranted GEL 2 billion write-off planned as part of tax amnesty

Two important changes are being made to the the tax code:

Municipal Council Factions of Samegrelo – Zemo Svaneti

 

According to the Georgian Local Government Code, at least three members are required to form a faction inside a municipal council.

Infrastructure problems in administrative units of Zugdidi municipality

 

In 2013, Transparency International Georgia held meetings in 30 villages of Zugdidi municipality together with partner organizations within the framework of Association Atinati’s project Public Involvement for Democratic Self-Governance.