“Law of Georgia on Conflict of Interests and Corruption in Public Service” determines a list of officials, who are obliged to fill in and present a property declaration within two months after the appointment.
In Georgia, gambling is a well-developed industry and a significant contributor towards state budget revenues. Despite this, the market has not been studied to date.
New report by Transparency International Georgia explores movement of officials between government and business and the resulting corruption risks
The report published today, 4 December 2013, by Transparency International Georgia focuses on the process of revolving door: the movement of officials between government and the private sector and the corruption risks associated with this process.
Transparency International Georgia in collaboration with journalist Paul Rimple have published a book: Who Owned Georgia 2003-2012. Written in the format of a novel it leads the reader through an interesting selection of short stories from the world of telecommunications to broadcasting, advertising, oil, pharmaceuticals and mining.