The organization of the former Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, Dimitri Kumsishvili, receives money without a tender from the legal entity of public law (LEPL), which was subordinated to him during his tenure as Minister of Economy.
As a result of analysis of financial declarations of 2022 submitted by 16 political parties, Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) has arrived at the following main findings:Revenues and expenditures of political parties
IntroductionThe purpose of this document is to assess the extent to which the 2023 Action Plan for Georgia’s EU Integration addresses the priorities of the 2021-2027 Association Agenda in two fields: the fight against corruption and judicial reform.
In 2022, the transparency of the Parliament significantly deteriorated. Media and Civil Society representatives were unjustifiably denied entering Parliament and attending committee sittings, with general reference to safety rules of the Parliament. The Parliament revoked permanent access passes to the NGOs' representatives who monitor the parliamentary work.
Legislative proposal of Transparency International Georgia on strengthening the asset declaration regulations
Transparency International Georgia has submitted a legislative proposal to the Parliament of Georgia for amending the Law "On Fight against Corruption." The proposal focuses on reinforcing a crucial anti-corruption mechanism - the asset declaration system.
The Government Administration and 19 more agencies fail to publish simplified public procurement contracts
20 public agencies fail to publish simplified procurement contracts. These include such important agencies as the Government Administration, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Administration of the President, the State Security Service, etc.
On May 11, the Prime Minister of Georgia responded to the protests over resuming direct flights with Russia with anti-Western rhetoric. The central message of the statement was that while the European Union (EU) itself trades with Russia, it is unfair to call on Georgia to end economic ties with this country.
The media environment has deteriorated systemically in Georgia during the past year (03/05/2022-03/05/2023), which is also confirmed by assessments of international authoritative organizations.
The present study examines the main indicators and trends of the Georgian electricity sector in the years 2010-2022, including the issues of electricity production, consumption, and trade. The study also describes the legal and physical persons involved in the production, transmission, and distribution of electricity.