Evaluation of oversight role of the Supreme Council of Adjara of the Fourth Convocation
Transparency International Georgia has prepared an evaluation of how the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Adjara performed its oversight role in 2016-2020. Specifically, the Council did not use four out of nine oversight mechanisms
Problems identified by TI Georgia’s Committees of Concerned Citizens in Kakheti, Ozurgeti, Gori and Gardabani
Is Georgia a Captured State?
Georgian civil society organizations have talked about the problem of informal governance in Georgia for years. In 2018, this assessment was made even graver when international organizations also began to raise concern about democratic backslid
What will the Parliament be like without the opposition?
What kind of a Parliament are we going to have if the parliamentary opposition refuses to take up their seats and only the 90 MPs of Georgian Dream are represented in the legislative body?According to the most recent constitutional amendments,
Problems identified by TI Georgia’s Committees of Concerned Citizens in Khobi and Zugdidi
Problems identified by TI Georgia’s Committees of Concerned Citizens in Samtskhe-Javakheti
Simplified procurements of a business partner of the Mayor of Poti
Khalibi LLC, a company co-owned by Ramaz Gujabidze – a business partner and friend of the Mayor of Poti, Gocha Kurdghelia, has received GEL 306,520 from public procurements since 2012.Ramaz Gujabidze owns stakes and/or holds the director&