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08 November, 2011

Database of State Agencies

We’ve created a database of state agencies’ contact information. The document contains the following information: 1. title of the agency; 2. website; 3. address; 4. hot line / telephone numbers; 5. person responsible for FOI; 6. telephone numbers of public relations and legal departments.

11 October, 2011

Comments of NGOs on Amendments to Election Legislation

On September 19, 2011, the draft of the new Election Code was introduced to the Parliament of Georgia. The document includes a vast number of amendments, however, the primary changes are linked to the agreement made between the political parties, with particular focus on political parties’ funding.

04 October, 2011

Transparency International Georgia Monitored Telavi By-election

On October 2nd, 2011, mobile observer groups from Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) monitored the Telavi by-election at 28 precincts of the 17th Telavi electoral district (#1 Nadikvari, #2 Gvirabi, #3 Dzveli Stadioni, #4 Zuzumbo, #5 Dzveli Galavani, #6 Matsantsara, #7 Kadori, #8 Kavkasioni, #10 Chavchavadze,#11 Rustaveli, #14 Zemo akura, #17 Vardisubnis zemo, #18 Vardisubnis kvemo

16 September, 2011

NGOs Opinions on the Initial Draft of Amendments to the Election Code

Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia), Georgian Young Lawyers’ Association (GYLA), International Society for Fair Elections and Democracy (ISFED) and New Generation New Initiative (nGnI), within the limits of coalition is presenting opinions regarding the improvement of the electoral code achieved by the political parties in the process of work.