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12 June, 2018

CSOs Demand Chief Prosecutor’s Resignation

We, the signatory organizations, respond to the murder case of teenagers at Khorava Street and the Georgian Parliament’s decision to set up an interim investigative commission. We suppose that Georgia’s Chief Prosecutor should resign before the interim commission starts working. 

05 June, 2018

The Marneuli Municipality fails to comply with statutory standards of proactive publication of public information

The Marneuli Municipality is one of the self-governing units that have yet to adopt the procedure of proactive publication of public information, by which it violates the requirements of the General Administrative Code.[1] According to the Code, municipalities were obliged to adopt normative acts regulating proactive publication of public information before September 1, 2013.

29 May, 2018

The website of the Lanchkhuti Municipality fails to meet the standards of transparency

TI Georgia has conducted a study to find out whether municipalities have adopted standards of proactive publication of public information and to what extent they comply with this obligation.As demonstrated by the study conducted by the organization, the website of the Lanchkhuti Municipality (www.lanchkhuti.org.ge) fails to meet the standards of transparency.

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