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Pre-Election Violations

17 September, 2012

 Transparency International Georgia is carrying out monitoring of pre-election processes. There are some evidences revealing different kinds of violations of the election code during the pre-election period (from August 1). The relevant governme

Why has the website been abolished?

17 September, 2012

 On 30th August 2012, Transparency International Georgia disclosed the fact that some of the ruling party’s promotion videos had been placed on the website of the governmental program ‘More Benefit to People’, This action is a

Who initiates the most laws in Parliament

06 September, 2012

In cooperation with the Parliament of Georgia Apparatus and within the framework of our parliamentary monitoring project, TI Georgia started tracking initiated draft laws and attending committee sittings in 2012. This is the first post in a three-par

Social advertising in the service of the ruling party

03 August, 2012

A detailed study of social ads aired during recent months on the Public Broadcaster demonstrates that many video broadcasts under this status do not meet the legislative criteria laid down for social advertisements. Furthermore, a majority of them, a

Pre-election Feast for the Kakheti electorate

02 August, 2012

According to the Information Centre of Kakheti, on July 31st the political union Christian-Democratic Movement set a tableful of meals for the electorate during a pre-election meeting in Gurjaani. We believe that such conduct may be considered vote b

Georgian Diplomacy servicing the ruling party

27 July, 2012

According to earlier obtained information, the Georgian Embassy in the United States has been sending political e-mails to people interested in our country, including influential American scholars and researchers. By doing so, the Embassy is trying t

Local Authorities’ Involvement in Party Campaigning

26 July, 2012

Recently, political parties' campaigns have taken place in tense circumstances. Confrontations during meetings with the residents of the regions are particularly alarming and, in some cases, are accompanied by verbal and physical abuses. The situatio