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16 February, 2024

Georgia’s Economic Dependence on Russia: Summary of 2023

Georgia’s economic dependence on Russia has decreased in 2023 compared to 2022, although, in comparison to 2021, economic dependence on Russia is still considerably higher. In 2023, the decrease of economic dependence on Russia was mainly brought about by a decrease in remittances.  

09 February, 2024

Corruption Map

Cases of alleged corruption are increasingly on the rise in the regions of Georgia. Companies associated with public officials and Bidzina Ivanishvili are obtaining large contracts from public procurers.

08 February, 2024

The Coalition Letter to the Legal Committee of the Parliament of Georgia

The Coalition for an Independent and Transparent Judiciary is requesting a working meeting to discuss the implementation of the European Commission’s recommendations concerning the judiciary, more specifically, the timeline, issues, and the general scope of reforms. The Coalition is ready to present its vision of judicial reforms.

30 January, 2024

Corruption Perceptions Index 2023: Georgia's Score Drops by 3 Points

According to Transparency International's 2023 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), Georgia has a score of 53 points, which is a 3 point decrease compared to the previous year. Even though Georgia maintains its leading position in the region, it has not had such a low score since 2015.

26 January, 2024

Alleged Cases of the High-Level Corruption — A Periodically Updated List

Transparency International Georgia continues to regularly monitor and collect alleged cases of high-level corruption that have been disclosed in recent years. Our goal is to create a periodically updated catalog of alleged cases of high-level corruption, which will allow us to track these violations and see the extent of high-level corruption.

24 January, 2024

The government concealed 531 decrees in 2023

In 2023, the Government of Georgia considered at least 531 draft decrees at 48 meetings. None of these decrees have been made public. In addition, the government did not publish the agenda for 4 out of 48 meetings. It has been impossible to obtain these documents through public information requests.

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