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10 December, 2021

Visit of NGOs to Brussels

The leaders of TI Georgia, Economic Policy Research and the Georgian Foundation for Strategic and International Studies (Rondeli Foundation), Eka Gigauri, Giorgi Oniani, Nino Evgenidze, Gigi Gigiadze, and Eka Metreveli, are on a visit to Brussels on December 6-10.

09 December, 2021

Statement regarding the International Anti-Corruption Day

December 9 is the International Anti-Corruption Day. At one time, Georgia was recognized as a country successfully combating corruption. Progress made in the fight against bribery (petty corruption) is maintained to this day, which is an important achievement. However, at the same time, the country is seeing an alarming increase in more complex manifestations of corruption, such as: 

19 November, 2021

Assaults against the Public Defender of Georgia is a Matter of Grave Concern

The undersigned civil society organizations, would like to express our grave concern regarding the frequent verbal assaults against the Ombudsperson of Georgia. The office of the Public Defender of Georgia is the only independent constitutional institution in the country, which, in these circumstances of the ongoing state capture, is beyond the control of the ruling party.

19 November, 2021

The government of Georgia hinders the adoption of OECD report on anti-corruption environment

At the 21st plenary session on October 26, 2021, the Anti-Corruption Network of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD/ACN) was planning to approve a report on the assessment of the anti-corruption environment in Georgia. However, the Georgian government refused to give its approval to the report and demanded additional time with the aim of amending the text of the document.

10 November, 2021

We call on media organizations to provide us with materials on the use of illegal election schemes

In recent weeks, a number of TV stations have reported on documents allegedly leaked by whistleblowers from the State Security Service and / or the ruling Georgian Dream-Democratic Georgia party. Journalistic investigations show that since the 2018 presidential election, the ruling party has been trying to increase the ranks of its supporters through illegal and large-scale use of administrative resources and to punish political opponents.