The corruption risks related to former officials’ transition to the private sector remain a problem in Georgia. The reason, on the one hand, are the flaws in the corresponding legislation and, on the other, the absence of mechanisms to enforce this legislation in practice.What is “revolving door”?
Transparency International Georgia regularly monitors public procurement in Georgia. In this process, we have had many interesting findings potentially related corruption. In this case, a tender announced by the Academy of the Minister of Finance attracted our attention due to some dubious circumstances.
Non-governmental organizations request to be included in the process of developing the National Action Plan of the Association Agenda
On participation of the civil society in the process of developing the 2018 National Action Plan for the implementation of the Association Agreement and the Association AgendaDear Mr. Janelidze,
Last week the attention of the public was drawn to the statements made by representatives of LTD Citroën Georgia, including Giorgi Gachechiladze (also known as “Utsnobi”), concerning the irregularities in state tenders for motor vehicle procurement. At the same time, these statements criticized the Georgian Prime Minister.
Tbilisi, 25 January 2017 – In the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) 2016 study published by Transparency International Secretariat today, Georgia scored 57 points placing it 44th among 176 countries. According to the 2016 Index, the level of corruption perception is the lowest in Denmark and New Zealand (90 points) and the highest in Somalia (10 points).