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Social networking as democratic accountability tool

30 November, 2011

The call for more active social network usage has recently been promoted by the Chairman of the Parliament, David Bakradze, who labeled the social network as an unique opportunity to enable citizens to directly post the question to the representative

The Georgian Partnership Fund

16 November, 2011

The Georgian Government recently presented the 10-point Strategic Development Plan to the public. The Plan refers, among other things, to JSC Partnership Fund which, according to the Plan, is to perform an important role. Transparency International G

Money Laundering Explained

28 October, 2011

On October 18, the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) reported detaining employees of Cartu Bank, who were carrying a large amount of cash (according to the reports, EUR 1 million and USD 2 million were seized) and were suspected of engaging in grand

Obscure Lease of Mushtaidi Park

28 October, 2011

Georgian media reported in June that the Tbilisi Mayor’s Office had handed over the Mushtaidi Park to a private company with a long-term lease. A representative of the Property Management Agency of the Mayor’s Office (which was cited as the source of

New approach to Charity in Adjara

25 October, 2011

By the decision of Adjara’s authorities numerous homeless people, including the elderly, single mothers, and ill people were forced to leave the only charity house in the region.The Batumi Charity House had been managed by the charitable fund of St.

Coerced into cheering Nicolas Sarkozy

21 October, 2011

What would you do if you wanted to see or cheer for a prominent political leader, like Nicolas Sarkozy, the French president? If that leader is giving a public speech, you would simply go there, right? But what if you were ordered by your superior to