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10 October, 2017

Chemikhma.ge helps you choose the next Mayor

 Transparency International Georgia launched a new website www.chemikhma.ge to help Georgian citizens determine which mayoral candidate they should side with in the upcoming Tbilisi Mayor elections.

09 October, 2017

Procurements conducted in the Tbilisi City Hall system in 2014-2017

Transparency International Georgia conducted a study of  procurements conducted in the Tbilisi City Hall system from August 2014 to August 2017. The study demonstrated several problematic issues, such as low competition in tenders, awarding contracts to inexperienced and newly-founded companies through simplified process, as well as, specific procurements that are associated with high risk of corruption.

06 October, 2017

Tbilisi City Council Performance Report

Transparency International Georgia has concluded its evaluation of the 3 year performance of the 5th convocation of Tbilisi City Council. The report examines: important legislative acts adopted by the City Council, including those on transfer of municipal property; business ties of Council officials; activities of its members and structural units, oversight activities and access to information.

29 September, 2017

Corruption Risks and Management Practice in State-Founded LEPLs and N(N)LPs

The study of Legal Persons of Public Law (LEPLs) and Non-Entrepreneurial (Non-Commercial) Legal Persons (N(N)LPs) subordinated to the central and local government bodies has shown that the number of LEPLs and N(N)LPs as well as the number and remuneration of their employees has increased significantly between 2012 and present.

28 September, 2017

Demirel College and the Chabuk case

The unfolding of events around the Demirel College teacher Mustafa Emre Chabuk have raised a lot of questions in the public about the impartiality of the state. There is strong public opinion that the Government of Georgia was coerced into its actions against the Demirel College and Mustafa Emre Chabuk under political pressure from the Turkish government.

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