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29 March, 2022

Parliamentary Control Related to the Management of the Pandemic

Transparency International Georgia assessed parliamentary oversight of the Government's performance related to the management of the pandemic during the period between 21 March 2020 and 31 December 2021, and the results of the decision to delegate power restricting fundamental human rights from the legislature to the Government.

29 March, 2022

Simplified Public Procurement during COVID-19: The analysis of basic data and risks of corruption

From June 1, 2020, to December 31, 2021, Georgia’s government agencies signed up to 21,000 large simplified public procurement contracts with a total value of up to GEL 1.7 billion. Simplified procurements on Covid-19-related needs amounted to about GEL 715 million. Out of the GEL 1.7 billion, GEL 1.2 billion was spent on the grounds of holding an event of state and public importance and urgent necessity.

22 March, 2022

Monopolistic position of Adjarganateba and Ganateba – companies with links to the ruling party – in the public procurements of the municipalities of Adjara

The largest spender of the Batumi City Hall, non-entrepreneurial (non-commercial) legal entity (N(N)LE) Division of Urban Infrastructure and Improvements, declared Adjarganateba LLC as the winner of an electronic tender that had been announced with the aim of replacement of the city’s existing outdoor lighting system with LED lights and their maintenance an

18 March, 2022

Facts of alleged corruption in the public procurements of the Borjomi Municipality

My Town LLC and sole entrepreneur Shorena Tabagari, who are linked to the former Head of the Infrastructure Service of the Borjomi City Hall, have received GEL 4,117,864 from 68 public procurements in the years 2014-2021. Out of this, they received GEL 2,162,992 (52% of the total amount) without competition and by means of disqualification of competitors.

21 February, 2022

2021 Municipal Elections in Georgia: Campaign Finances

Transparency International Georgia studied the issue of campaign finances of 2021 municipal elections from August 2 to November 13, 2021. 13 election subjects who either are getting public funding or who received donations of at least GEL 100,000 during the year were selected for the study.