Transparency International Georgia has evaluated the performance of the representative body of the Telavi Municipality which was elected in 2017 – the Municipal Council.
Transparency International Georgia examined the activities of Batumi City Council of the 2017 convocation covering the period between November 2017 and 31 December 2019 (hereinafter reporting/research period).The report contains information about the following directions of the work of the Council:
Transparency International Georgia has evaluated the performance of the representative body of the Municipality of the City of Poti which was elected in 2017 – the City Council (hereinafter the City Council of Poti).
Within the framework of its parliamentary monitoring activities, Transparency International Georgia assessed the performance of the Parliament in the period covering January 1, 2019, to December 31, 2019.
Key findings and recommendations1,495 public tenders worth a total of GEL 557 million were announced during the state of emergency. Only one bidder participated in more than half of the tenders.
The government actions prevented a large-scale spread of the novel coronavirus in the country. It would not be justified to say that the government managed to achieve these results at the expense of massive violations of human rights, however, the process was marred by certain shortcomings.
Georgia’s Political Finance in 2019: Revenues and Expenditures of Political Parties and Financial Oversight
Based on the analysis of annual financial declarations submitted by 19 political parties, Transparency International Georgia outlined the following key findings:
Transparency International Georgia has evaluated the performance of the representative body of the Municipality of the City of Kutaisi elected in 2017 – the City Council (hereinafter “the City Council of Kutaisi”).
Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) is presenting its evaluation of the performance of the representative body of the Zugdidi Municipality – the Municipal Council elected in 2017.