Transparency International Georgia (TI Georgia) is presenting its evaluation of the performance of the representative body of the Zugdidi Municipality – the Municipal Council elected in 2017.
Transparency International Georgia’s Report on “Parliamentary Control in Georgia” covers the assessment of the parliamentary control mechanisms envisaged under the new Rules of Procedure during the 2019 spring session.
Transparency International Georgia studied trends in Georgia's agriculture sector in 2012-2019 and revealed the following findings:
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.