On December 11, the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) and Open Society -Georgia Foundation (OSGF) organized a presentation of the report summarizing the situation regarding Freedom of Information (FOI) in Georgia during the period of 2010-2015.
According to the survey conducted by the World Bank (WB) in 2014, the level of efficiency of the Georgian Logistics System is rather low: Georgia is not even among 100 countries on the list and lags behind not only developed countries, but also post-soviet states such as - Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Russia, Armenia, Moldova, Belarus, Tajikistan.
A total of 1 737 employees were dismissed from Ministries and Offices of the State Minister, with the majority of employees (1 225 individuals) dismissed from the Ministry of Internal Affairs. 2 832 employees were dismissed from 42 subordinate agencies (LEPL-s under various ministries). In 2014, independent agencies (LEPL-s) have dismissed 568 employees.
After 2008 Russia-Georgia war Georgia lost control on 151 settlements and creeping ocupation still continues
Joining the EU Energy Community is important for Georgia, both in economic and political terms. Firstly, joining the community would increase the country's transit opportunities, which, in addition to energy security, will bring significant economic advantages.
The restructuring of the railway system causes fundamental changes. Fundamental changes require fast organizational learning and effective operation in the environment, which is characterized by ambiguity and significant professional risk.
In post communist states, including Georgia, informal, unlawful relationships are especially strong. This hinders the development of public sector and the society as a whole.
Georgia has been financing lobbying activities in the USA since 1991. The given analysis covers capital transfers from both individuals and legal entities of Georgia to lobbying companies in the USA for the period 2008-2015.
IDFI's Analysts Conducted Final Training by CSRDG
Legal analysis of the Draft Law on Civil Service (as adopted at the aecond hearing)
|28 July 2020|