Abuse of power for personal gain is common among Georgia’s public officials, while the authorities do not react to such cases effectively. Meanwhile, petty corruption is still extremely rare.
Monitoring Implementation of Association Agreement With European Union in 2014-2015: Anti-Corruption Policy and Civil Service Reform
Transparency International Georgia has conducted an assessment of the implementation of Georgia’s Association Agreement and Association Agenda with the EU between 1 September 2014 and 1 September 2015 as part of a project carried out by the Open Society Georgia Foundation.
Tbilisi, 7 December 2015: Transparency International Georgia has published today its latest report which examines the implementation of the provisions of Georgia’s anti-corruption laws in practice.
Tbilisi, 3 December 2014 - Georgia is ranked 50th among 175 countries with the score of 52 (out of the maximum 100) in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) published by the Transparency International Secretariat today.
What is Revolving Door?