The article aims to critically assess the draft law on Civil Servvice Reform initiated by the Government of Georgia on July 9, 2015, which was adopted on September 27, 2015. The article also analyses the compatibility of the planned changes with the goals of the reform.
We welcome the fact that many of the above public institutions expressed readiness to follow our recommendation.
By the order issued on 12th February, 2016, of the Chairperson of the Parliament of Georgia David Usupashvili, the Charter of the Permanent Parliamentary Council on Open and Transparent Governance was approved.
On March 5-6th, the workshop of the Permanent Parliamentary Council on Open and Transparent Governance of the Parliament of Georgia and the Consultative Group took place in Borjomi.
Governance Data Alliance publihes various governance data anually and tries to advance democratic governance reforms in countries. We assess various indicators about Georgia and compare them to the indicators of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova and Estonia.
They System of Bonuses and Politically Neutral Civil Service?!
On February 24-26th conference was held in Slovakia on Open Parliaments, Engaged Citizens. Director of Institute for Development of Freedom of Information Giorgi Kldiashvili and MP, Chairperson of the Permanent Parliamentary Council on Open and Transparent Governance – Guguli Maghradze attended the conference.
Since 2012, the Government of Georgia started to implement Public Service Reform. On the one hand, the reform aims to implement effective democratic governance and hence, is directed toward the approximation with the EU.
Short reviews of IDFI's activities, with useful links and other materials are provided in the February newsletter.
IDFI presented the analysis of international best practices on municipal webpages and the first version of the model webpage structure to the Gamgebelis and Heads of the City Council.
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