A large part of the population of Georgia believes that high-level corruption – cases of corruption involving high-ranking officials – is common in the country. At the same time, the population seldom encounters petty corruption in their daily life.
TI Georgia has studied cases of one of the forms of conflict of interest, the “revolving door” employment, and the legislation that regulates it. The study has established that the law does not work in practice, which has two main reasons:
Issued by Transparency International Secretariat