On July the 10th, 2015, Inter-Factional Group of the Parliament of Georgia adopted the Open Parliament Georgia Action Plan. The main purpose of the Action Plan is to ensure the openness of the Parliament in accordance to the principles of Open Governance Partnership (OGP) and Declaration on Parliamentary Openness, transparency of the information provided by the Parliament and to support the increase of citizen’s engagement in parliamentary activities and in the legislative process.
On July 10th action plan of open parliament has been adopted. The plan envisages 18 obligations in terms of Parliamentary openness
On March 26th, IDFI addressed Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia to request information about funded activities
Outcome on the applications received by the Office of the Prosecutor after 2012.
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.