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21 December, 2023

In the Village of Khevasheni, Adigeni, the Companies Owned by the Brothers of the Mayor’s Representative Received Procurement Contracts Worth Nearly 2 million GEL

In 2015, Giorgi Endeladze was appointed as the Mayor’s representative to the Khevasheni administrative district of Adigeni Municipality. Since then, his brothers’ companies have received 1,905,649 GEL through 244 public procurement contracts. Of these, 896 271 GEL (47%) were received from Adigeni City Hall and its legal entities.

28 November, 2023

Corruption risk in Akhaltsikhe: The City Hall acquires parking lot spaces from former high-ranking officials at a price that exceeds its actual value by 1.1 million

Akhaltsikhe City Hall intends to purchase a bus stop space for 2,600,000 GEL from Silk Road Engineering LLC. It is noteworthy that this company is owned by Paata Shekeladze, the former director of "Mechanizator" LLC in the Ministry of Agriculture, and Temur Tsutskiridze, the former procurement manager of the same company.

30 August, 2023

Evaluation of Performance of the City Council of Akhaltikhe in 2021- 2022

"Transparency International - Georgia" evaluates the activities of the representative body, City Council of the 2021 convocation of Akhaltsikhe Municipality.The report is based on the information requested from the Akhaltsikhe City Council and that posted on the City Council’s official website, as well as on the observations of our organization.

27 July, 2023

Evaluation of Performance of the City Council of Kutaisi in 2022

Transparency International Georgia has evaluated the performance of the City Council of the Kutaisi Municipality (hereinafter the City Council of Kutaisi) in 2022. The report is based on the information requested from the City Council and that posted on the City Council’s official website, as well as on the observations of our organization. The study covers the period between November 2021 and December 2022.

14 July, 2023

Large delayed infrastructure projects in Adjara

TI Georgia has studied large delayed infrastructure projects in Adjara and their progress. Similarly to the previous study, we have selected those projects whose implementation has started and relevant contracts were also concluded, although the dates of completion are still unclear despite a number of changes to the contracts.

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