The report conducted by Transparency International Georgia within the framework of parliamentary monitoring project covers the activities of the Gender Equality Council (hereinafter the "Council") carried out during the reporting period (July 29, 2018 – July 31, 2019).
The number of government PR service personnel and budgetary costs expended for their remuneration are still high in 2017-2018.
Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) studied projects funded by LLC Partnership Fund (PF). The PF is a state-owned investment fund that was founded in 2011.The PF is split into two separate business units: a) Asset management and b) investment capacity.
Transparency International Georgia has studied trends of Georgia’s motor fuel market in 2014-2018. As a result, the following findings were revealed:Fuel quality
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.