As the member of the Working Group, IDFI, drew out the recommendations that support the implementation of the reforms, modernization and creation of the effective citizen engagement mechanism at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia.
On September 12th 2015 a new law on Transparency of the Use of Public Funds will enter into force in Ukraine. According to the new legislation recipients of funds from state and local budgets, state- and communal-owned enterprises and obligatory social insurance funds will be obliged to publicize detailed information on the use of public funds on quarterly basis.
IDFI recently presented the study “ Russian capital in Georgian Business”, that represents those Georgian companies that are owned by Russian citizens.
During 2009-2015 period russian occupational armed forces detained 2 117 Georgian citizens for illegally crossing the border.
In March 2015 IDFI referred with FOI requests to every Ministry and their Sub-agency in Georgia. In total 1185 requests were sent to 19 Ministries and 49 Ministry Sub-entities. It should be emphasized that 22.9% of the requests were ignored by the public institutions. High number of the ignored requests is explained by the fact that three Ministries and nine Sub-entities did not provide any response on our questions.
On May 7-8, 2015 a conference “Central and Eastern European e-Democracy and e-Governance Days” was held in Budapest. Georgia was represented at the conference with two papers.
On Friday, 8th of May the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information hosted press secretaries of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic
The study reveals the companies, established in Georgia but owned by Russian citizens. The study is based on the official documents and news spread through the media.
The number of internally displaced persons have increased for the last 21 years and therefore, an importance of knowing the general statistics alongside with the outcomes of the projects implemented by the Government is substantial.
The research highlights the countries that have best practice and a few commitments regarding the Parliamentary Openness. It is notified that OGP member countries pay the major attention to the implementation of the innovative approaches towards the parliamentary openness
|7 January 2021|