Transparency International Georgia studied the issue of Georgia's economic dependence on Russia, as it poses a threat to the country.
The post-electoral political crisis and the problems related to the coronavirus pandemic had a negative impact on the first year performance of the Parliament of the 10th convocation.
State resources at the service of the ruling party: Proven methods of vote buying and illegal mobilization of voters in Georgia
Transparency International Georgia and the International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy studied the documents allegedly taken from the correspondence of firstname.lastname@example.org during 2018-2019. This email address was allegedly created by the ruling party - Georgian Dream. The files provided by the whistleblower also included some documents from 2020.
Legal entities of municipalities of Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti pay salaries in the amount of GEL 52 m in 2022
Ninety-two legal entities of the nine municipalities of the Samegrelo-Zemo Svaneti Region have increased the number of employees and their salaries in 2022 – the salaries of 8,406 people working in the non-entrepreneurial (non-commercial) legal entities (N(N)LEs) and limited liability companies (LLCs) – those already paid this year and to be paid until th
Financial inequality between political parties and ineffective state oversight of political corruption remain major problems in Georgia
According to the 2021 Open Budget Survey (OBS), conducted by the International Budget Partnership (IBP), Georgia got 87 points out of 100 in state budget transparency. This is an improvement compared to the 2019 survey’s result (81 points).
Five tenders announced by the Senaki City Hall in March 2022, whose total value amounts to GEL 2,614,550, were won without competition by JSC Arkeopolisi, a company owned by Demur Gadelia, the uncle of the Mayor of Senaki Vakhtang Gadelia, and