Transparency International Georgia has conducted research aimed to reveal the ownership issues of some of the influential TV broadcasters in the country. The study mostly covers the period since 2014. The above-mentioned study has established the identities of owners of these broadcasters and their possible business ties and interests in a politicized and polarized media environment.
Monitoring of misuse of administrative resources from August 1 to December 16 revealed the following findings:
TI Georgia has been monitoring campaign revenues and expenditures of the presidential candidates running in the 2018 election. In the reporting period of 1 August to 15 October 2018, this effort has revealed several key findings:
Monitoring of 2018 Presidential Elections, conducted by TI Georgia from June 1 to October 20, revealed several negative trends in terms of misuse of administrative resources.
In the framework of the parliamentary monitoring program, Transparency International Georgia presents the Assessment of Activities of the Parliament of Georgia of the Ninth Convocation’s First Year, which covers the time period from November 18, 2016 till December 31, 2017.