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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.

21 September, 2017

TI Georgia responds to the accusations made by MPs

Transparency International Georgia responds to the groundless and inappropriate accusations made by several political leaders, including the Chairperson of the Parliament, following the publication of our 19 September report.

06 September, 2017

Unlawful political advertising by TV Company Obiektivi

On June 15, the Georgian National Communications Commission (GNCC) found that TV company Rustavi 2 had violated the law by airing a political advertisement outside the pre-election period. This precedential decision banned broadcasters from airing political ads outside pre-election periods.

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