Transparency International Georgia is carrying out an evaluation of the performance of representative bodies in Georgia. On October 19, 2017, the organization published a report on the performance of the Tbilisi City Council. The latest report examines the performance of the Zugdidi City Council.
Qualification of the candidates nominated by political parties in the elections, their property and business interests represent the matter of high public interest.
Assessment of the work of the Third Convocation of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Ajara (2012-2016)
The following is the first assessment of the work of the Supreme Council of the Autonomous Republic of Ajara in 2012-2016 prepared by Transparency International Georgia. The assessment was made in several different areas, specifically:
“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:
Recently, there have been discussions about the abolition/merging of 7 self-governing cities and 7 self-governing communities that were separated and granted this status in 2014.
Transparency International Georgia periodically publishes information on the amount of remuneration of employees in public institutions, frequency of disbursing supplements and bonuses and ge