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02 November, 2022

The Appellate Court Upheld Nika Gvaramia’s Imprisonment on a Politically Motivated Case

Today, on November 2, the judges of the Tbilisi Court of Appeals, Merab Jorbenadze, Lavrenti Maghlakelidze and David Mamiseishvili found Nika Gvaramia, the former director of "Rustavi 2" and the founder of "TV Mtavari", guilty of abuse of power (two episodes - the so-called commercial airtime sale and the so-called vehicle episode). As a final sanction, he was sentenced to 3 years and 6 months imprisonment.

27 October, 2022

Gogashvili’s allegations of the collaboration between the Georgian and Russian intelligence services need to be investigated

Referring to the investigation aired in Nodar Meladze's Saturday program on TV Pirveli on September 10, where the detained former high-ranking State Security Service (SSG) official Ioseb Gogashvili accused the government and Head of the SSG at the time, current Minister of Internal Affairs - Vakhtang Gomelauri, of collaboration with Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB).

24 October, 2022

TV Advertising Market Report 2021

Transparency International Georgia publishes a traditional report on TV advertising market review. In 2021, COVID-19 remained a major challenge for the advertising market, and subsequent pandemic restrictions significantly affected the economy.  

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".

11 October, 2022

Performance Evaluation of the Gender Equality Council

The report developed by Transparency International Georgia within the framework of the parliamentary monitoring project evaluates the performance of the Gender Equality Council (hereafter – the Council) in the Parliament of 10th Convocation in a period between 11 December 2020 and 1 June 2022 (hereafter – the reporting period).