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09 December, 2022

Statement regarding the International Anti-Corruption Day

December 9 is the International Anti-Corruption Day. Last year, Transparency International Georgia wrote that if left unchecked, corruption was expected to rise, which would cause more and more damage to the country, including creating more obstacles for its democratic development.

13 October, 2022

Economic Interests of the Georgian MP Viktor Japaridze

Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) continues to scrutinize the economic interests of Viktor Japaridze, the Member of the Parliament from the Georgian Dream party. On October 4, 2022 he left the ruling party and joined the group of MPs that founded a public movement - "People's Power".

25 July, 2022

Uninvestigated Cases of Alleged High-Level Corruption in Georgia — A Periodically Updated List

Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) continues a systematised process of collecting information about cases of alleged high-level corruption in Georgia, which have been revealed in recent years and have not been investigated. Our goal is to create a regularly updated resource which will enable the tracking of each individual case as well as to see the true scale of high-level corruption in Georgia.

29 April, 2022

Joint Statement by NGOs on the Release of Alleged Audio Recording

On April 25, the YouTube channel "Cyber Kmara" revealed another audio recording of an alleged conversation between Bidzina Ivanishvili and Russian businessman Vladimir Evtushenkov. The latter is on the list of Russian oligarchs sanctioned by the United Kingdom and Australia in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the subsequent outbreak of war.