Flawed legislation contributes to the increasing number of political parties qualified for state funding
Currently, 20 political parties are being funded from the state budget in Georgia. This is an unprecedented number in the country’s history. The main reason for this increase in the number of qualified parties is the country’s flawed legislation, which provides financial incentives for parties to become qualified by forming election blocks.
Study of the period from June 8 to November 16, 2016 revealed the following main findings: Income
13 June 2014, Tbilisi – TI Georgia’s new report reviews the issues related to political party finance and their accountability. The research analyses the annual declarations of political parties participating in the 2013 presidential elections, their election campaign fund revenue and expenses.
August 20, 2012, Tbilisi. Transparency International Georgia published a report on Financing of Political Parties during 2011 within the project Transparent and Accountable Political Finance in Georgia.