TI Georgia continues its research into the proactive publication of public information by municipalities. We present to you the information on how the Chiatura Municipality fulfills the obligation to proactively publish information.The research has resulted in the following findings:
TI Georgia continues to conduct studies on proactive publication of public information by municipalities. This time we present the results of the Vani Municipality.
Transparency International Georgia continues to study asset declarations submitted by public officials. This time, the report concerns the officials of Zestaponi Municipality who, in 2017-2018, submitted incomplete declarations, failed to indicate their own and/or their family members’ involvement in commercial activities and who participate in activities incompatible with their office.
Evaluation of the Fifth Convocation of Kutaisi City Council and Recommendations to the New City Council
Transparency International Georgia examined the activities of the fifth convocation of Kutaisi City Council performed during the period from 14 July 2014 until 30 August 2017.
On 25 January 2016, a new parking system was introduced in Kutaisi, establishing fees for parking cars in designated parking spots. To manage this issue, on the basis of the Kutaisi Municipality mayor's order, municipal property was directly leased for use by LLC "Parkingservice" – a company especially created by the municipality in order to address the problem of parking.
Qualification of the candidates nominated by political parties in the elections, their property and business interests represent the matter of high public interest.
“Transparency International – Georgia” explored the amount of money allocated from Imereti municipal budget and property transferred to ownership of religious institutions in the period between 2013 and 2017. To collect required data, we’ve retrieved the following figures from the municipalities: