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29 December, 2017

Misuse of Administrative Resources during 2017 Local Self-Government Elections in Georgia

As a result of monitoring of 2017 local self-government elections, Transparency International  Georgia has identified some negative trends with respect to misuse of administrative resources. Illegal registration of voters in the polling stations in Tbilisi and engagement of the employees of budgetary organizations in the election campaign are the problems that merit particular attention. 

13 December, 2017

Who funds political parties in Georgia

Key FindingsThe following key findings were identified during our research which covered the period between June 1 and November 1, 2017:Main Trends

22 October, 2017

Final assessment of the 21 October Local Self-Government Elections

At this point, from our observation, we can say that the 2017 local self-government elections were held in a largely peaceful environment, without serious incidents. Nevertheless, the election day showed a new problematic trend related to the control over the free expression of the will of voters.

21 October, 2017

Statement on the ongoing Election Day developments (07:00 - 20:30)

 At this point, from our observation, we can say that the 2017 local self-government elections are being held in a largely peaceful environment. The absolute majority of the electoral precincts, where our static observers are stationed, have been opened and closed on time.

21 October, 2017

Live Blog: Local Self-government Elections 2017

Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) has deployed 250 observers to monitor the October 21 local self-government elections. Our static observers cover 200 precincts throughout Tbilisi. In addition, 16 mobile groups are mobilized to observe the elections. 

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