The report has been prepared in the framework of Transparency International Georgia’s parliamentary monitoring project and covers the activities of the 9th convocation of the Parliament on gender equality issues (reporting period: January 5, 2017 -…).
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?
The research by Transparency International Georgia assesses the progress made by the Parliament of Georgia in regard to parliamentary openness and transparency since the signing of the Declaration on Parliamentary Openness to today (reporting period: April 30, 2015 – October 31, 2020).
Within the framework of its parliamentary monitoring activities, Transparency International Georgia assessed the performance of the Parliament in the period covering January 1, 2019, to December 31, 2019.
Recommendations of Transparency International Georgia regarding the Open Parliament Georgia Action Plan 2020-2021
The Parliament of the ninth convocation has started work on the Open Parliament Action Plan 2020-2021. We present our organization’s opinions and recommendations, which are going to help the Parliament in improving its openness and transparency and contributing to informing citizens on legislative activities: