On January 5 the Board of Directors of the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) approved Georgia’s eligibility for a second five-year compact. The first compact, worth USD 395.3 million, is expected to come to a close in April 2011.
The blog is updated on May 16 2011. we received the answer to our FOI request, sent on April 7 2011, requesting information about how much money from the President’s reserve fund was used to pay for the New Year concert in Mestia.
Updated:30.03.2011 Over the past weeks, a TV commercial aimed at improving the image of the police and various departments of the Ministry of Interior triggered some debates in Georgia because it showed children acting as law enforcers.
The land ownership certificates of 221 citizens residing in Gonio, a settlement on Georgia’s Black Sea coast, were abolished on November 9, 2010. The Property Rights Commission of the Khelvachauri Municipality announced on that day that the lands were confiscated because they fell in a resort area. The commission stated in its decision that the land plots should never have been alienated (i.e.