Who should maintain direct access to mobile operators data? Members of Parliament had to choose between Beselia-Popkhadze-Sesiashvili’s initiative and Vakhtang Khmaladze’s draft law. In this blog post, we will provide you with the informa
There is an increasing recognition that social networking has become a tool for citizens to hold the state accountable and make it responsive to their needs. In Georgia, for example, the internet is the second most important source of infor
In July 2014, as a part of local government reform, the municipalities of Zugdidi, Ozurgeti, Ambrolauri, Akhaltsikhe, Gori, Mtskheta and Telavi were liquidated and immediately replaced by the newly established self-governing cities and communities.
Websites of some self-government cities in Georgia do not meet minimum standards of transparency. A two week research conducted by Transparency International Georgia found that Tbilisi City Hall and City Council websites do not include
Transparency International Georgia has conducted a small research about participation of foreign companies in state tenders and brought together the statistic data. This data was gathered using our tender monitoring website tendermonitor.ge and state
Transparency International Georgia continues to investigate appointment of security officers, so called ODRs (“ОДР” – офицер действующего резерва; lit. Active Reserve Officers) - in state institutions and other organizatio
Index I. Problematic Amendments Visa Issuing Authority Precondition to Obtaining Residence Permit Period of Stay in Country Other Amendments II. Analysis of Problems Caused by the Amendments Unreasonabl