On 5 February 2014 the Parliament of Georgia approved on the third and final hearing the new Local Self-Government Code, which brings about certain changes in the current local self-government system:
Local Self-Government Code
The Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development has developed a draft law on postal service with the purpose to introduce a new regulatory framework in the postal sector.
Background to the Ban
For three months now Tbilisi’s residents have been waiting in vain for Tbilisi Council to approve the city’s most important financial document - the 2014 budget. Amidst endless discussions, political debates and accusations, impeding the process and neglecting the interests of the citizenry — it has still not been approved.
A recent article on our blog reviewed inaccuracies that we had discovered in the asset declarations of Georgian Parliament members.
Transparency International Georgia has obtained confirmation that an individual who is listed as an adviser to the Chairman of the Georgian National Communications Commission (GNCC) is in fact representing the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA).