On the 6th of July, Meeting of the Inter-Factional Group and the Open Parliament Georgia Working Group was held. The meeting was conducted within the scopes of the project - “Supporting Parliament of Georgia Involvement in Open Government Partnership”.
The issue regarding the Administration of the President, located on Atoneli street, Tbilisi, became one of the main reasons of disagreement between the administrations of the Government and the President.
Amendment package implies establishment of the monitoring system on the asset declarations of the senior officials.
Statistical information casts doubts on the effectivness of current drug policy in Georgia
U.S Department of State published a Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2014 on June 26. Report is based on the data provided by USA embassies and international missions and gives a multilateral image for 200 countries. Georgia is one of them.
IDFI welcomes the amendments introduced by the draft law of Georgia on Civil Service. The draft law includes important positive changes to the system of civil service in Georgia. Nevertheless we find that additional steps should be taken in order to improve the draft law on Civil Service and guarantee that it is harmonized with best international practice. You can find our recommendations in the full text of the legal analysis.
According to the information provided by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia 3 715 Georgian citizens were arrested due to the offences committed abroad in 2010-2014. In 2013, as compared to 2010 the number of arrested people is tripled and amounts to 1 178 of Georgian citizens.
Biggest loss Georgia has suffered in 2013, when 10 soldieres have been killed and 137 damaged.
On the 17th of June, Meeting of the Inter-Factional Group and the Open Parliament Georgia Working Group was held. The meeting was conducted within the scopes of the project - "Supporting Parliament of Georgia Involvement in Open Government Partnership".
Public involvement is key to the openness, it’s one out of the five main priorities set to achieve the parliamentary openness. For this purpose IDFI held a survey between 29th of April to 19th of May. Respondents chose 3 most important recommendations out of 7, which arose as a result of research carried out in regard of Parliamentary Openness.
|5 July 2019|