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27 October, 2023

By the force of law: the Georgian media faces the danger of censorship

The Parliament has considered and adopted – in an accelerated manner and without a broad public discussion – changes to the Law on Broadcasting proposed by members of the parliamentary majority, which, together with other novelties, provide for the transfer of hate speech and obscenity from the realm of self-regulation (when the media themselves consider complaints and forms of responding to them in order to uphold and improve profess

06 October, 2023

Performance Evaluation of the Gender Equality Council

IntroductionThe report developed by Transparency International Georgia within the framework of the parliamentary monitoring project evaluates the performance of the Gender Equality Council (hereafter – the Council) in the Parliament of 10th Convocation in a period between 1 June 2022 and 30 June 2023 (hereafter – the reporting period).

29 June, 2023

Performance Assessment of the Parliament 2022

In 2022, the transparency of the Parliament significantly deteriorated. Media and Civil Society representatives were unjustifiably denied entering Parliament and attending committee sittings, with general reference to safety rules of the Parliament. The Parliament revoked permanent access passes to the NGOs' representatives who monitor the parliamentary work.