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Pulling Backwards on Budgetary Planning

27 February, 2012

The Government of Georgia (GoG) switched to programme budgeting as from January 1 2012, which means Georgian state budget needs to be rearranged thematically. The Ministry of Defence appropriation as well as other defence-related expenses, for instan

Sidestepping the law on social advertising

22 February, 2012

The Georgian Public Broadcaster (GPB) and several private TV channels have been airing advertising videos, showing and highlighting achievements and future plans of the Government of Georgia and specific government organizations in recent weeks. Thes

Once More About Mushtaidi

15 February, 2012

As we wrote on our blog last October, TI Georgia tried to obtain a copy of a contract between the Tbilisi Mayor’s Office and the Geo Gold company concerning the management of Mushtaidi Park. However, the Tbilisi Mayor’s Office Property Management Age

Beyond Tbilisi

27 January, 2012

Do you know about the problems grape farmers had in Kakheti during the harvest? Or what Batumi City Council chooses to spend budget money on? Transparency International Georgia launched a new project – Beyond Tbilisi, which tries to answer these and

Supervision of Finance Sector Getting Tighter

23 January, 2012

A number of significant amendments enhancing the powers of the National Bank and Financial Monitoring Service have recently been made to the legislation on financial regulation. The power of the National Bank to request any information The