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06 April, 2010

How Tbilisi Spends its Budget in the Pre-election Period

Prior to the upcoming local elections, the misuse of administrative resources for election campaigning will become quite an important issue. With only a couple of months remaining until election day, the government is beginning to excessively pour money into social projects, thereby influencing to a great extent budget priorities.

08 February, 2010

Memorandum of Understanding of Georgian NGO on the Promotion of Fair and Transparent Local Elections in 2010

Memorandum of Understanding of Georgian NGO on the Promotion of Fair and Transparent Local Elections in 2010 Given the importance of the 2010 Local Government Elections for the democratic future of Georgia and its stability, NGOs operating in Georgia and signatories of this memorandum declare their willingness to promote a healthy environment in which the elections can be held in a free, compet

03 February, 2010

Parliamentary Elections - TI Georgia Monitored Elections Day Procedures in Kvemo Kartli

Tbilisi, Georgia – On 21 May 2008 Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) conducted monitoring of polling and counting procedures in the region of Kvemo Kartli. The organization deployed its monitors to 110 polling stations in the following five election districts: Marneuli, Gardabani, Bolnisi, Dmanisi, and Tsalka, thus covering 40% of the polling stations in the region.

03 February, 2010

Presidential Elections - TI Georgia Announces Preliminary Results of Monitoring of Misuse of Administrative Resources During Pre-election Campaign

TI GEORGIA ANNOUNCES PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF MONITORING OF MISUSE OF ADMINISTRATIVE RESOURCES DURING PRE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 5, 2007 Tbilisi, Georgia – On November 8, 2007, President Mikheil Saakashvili announced early presidential elections to relieve the tension after the dispersal of the November 7th protests.

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