One of the major aims of the research was displaying whether the public institutions managed to maintain the positive tendencies in terms of access to information after the October 1, 2012 parliamentary elections.
IDFI will present the access to information rating among the public institutions and will name the most and the least accountable public institutions.
According to the latest news in media, the budget of the Parliament of Georgia for the next fiscal year will be 54,695,000 GEL which exceeds the current amount with 2 million GEL. As the First Deputy Chairman of the Budget and Finance Committee of the Parliament of Georgia, Nodar Ebanoidze stated, added amount will be spent on increasing the basic salary and renewal of the vehicles.
On April 16th, 2014 IDFI requested information from the Investigation Service of the Ministry of Finance about the cases of bribery, misuse of power and misappropriation or embezzlement for 2004-2014.
On May 14 Ministry of Justice hosted the meeting with the representatives of the non-governmental organizations. Participants discussed the commitments taken within the frames of the 2014-15 action plan; NGOs presented their recommendations regarding some of the commitments.
The documents received by IDFI reveal amount of garbage disposal fees collected by "Tbilservice Group" ltd., amount of fees paid to Tbilisi budget, the documents that 2011 changes were based upon and financial reports submitted by "Tbilservice Group" ltd. to Tbilisi City Hall.
On May 8, Institute for Development of Freedom of Information, in cooperation with the Tax Payers Union (TPU) organized round table discussion on the issue of “Role of the State-Owned Enterprises in development of the Agriculture Sector”
On May 8-9 Dublin hosted the OGP regional meeting, attended by the Open Government Partnership member states. European regional meeting is a platform for the member states to share their achievements in the process of elaborating the action plans, challenges and the future plans. Regional meeting was attended by the representatives of government, civil and business sector from various states.
Today Dublin hosts the last day of the OGP regional meeting.
Currently Dublin hosts the Open Government Partnership regional meeting, which aims t introducing the 2014-2015 draft action plans of the member states to the international society.
|17 January 2019|