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12 April, 2024

Nepotism and Signs of Alleged Corruption in Adigeni City Hall

Jemal Kimadze, who is the brother of Adigeni Mayor Gocha Kimadze, has been serving as the director of the N(N)LP Adigeni Improvement and Cleaning Service since 2021. This constitutes a conflict of interest under the Law of Georgia on the Fight against Corruption. After Jemal Kimadze’s appointment, his son, Jumber Kimadze received GEL 103,829 from Adigeni City Hall through direct procurements.

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.

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).

02 October, 2023

Annual TV Advertising Market Report - 2022

“Transparency International Georgia” publishes a traditional report on TV advertising market review. Last year Financial viability came under an additional threat due to limited time frames, the media met the deteriorated legislation unprepared and pressure on the media mounted.

29 September, 2023

Georgia's Economic Dependence on Russia Continues to Grow: January-June 2023

In 2022, Georgia's economic dependence on Russia increased. The increase in dependence continued in the first half of 2023. From January to June, Georgia received 2 billion USD in income from Russia through remittances, tourism, and the export of goods which is 1.6 times more than the income received from Russia in January-June 2022 from the same sources.

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.

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