The interview was published on the OGP blog: In this section of the OGP newsletter, we feature individuals from government and civil society, and ask them about their experiences. Here is what Giorgi Kldiashvili from Georgia had to say
We believe that this is a hasty decision and damages the National Bank as an institution; the decision jeopardizes the constitutional functions of the National Bank. Namely, according to the Constitution of Georgia, “the National Bank fosters stable functioning of the financial sector”.
On June 3-4th 2015 Tbilisi. Georgia will host the European regional conference of “Open Government Partnership” (OGP). The European government representatives of the OGP will participate in Tbilisi conference.
The report - Two Years in Government: Georgian Dream’s Performance Review was presented on May 28th at Tbilisi Marriot hotel. The report covers 20 different fields of public politics.
The report - Two Years in Government: Georgian Dream’s Performance Review was presented on May 28th at Tbilisi Marriot hotel. The report covers 20 different fields of public politics. 15 local NGOs prepared different chapters according to their specialization.
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 2nd of March, civil society organization submitted complaint letter to the OGP for for suppression the civil society organizations in Azerbaijan. The letter was based on the OGP’s Response Policy that aims to “assist a country in question to overcome difficulties and to help re-establish an environment for government and civil society collaboration, safeguard the Open Government Declaration and mitigate reputational risks to OGP”.
On May 23rd, Field Meeting of the Inter-Factional Group and the Open Parliament Georgia Working Group was held in Kazbegi, Rooms Hotel. The meeting was held within the scopes of the project - “Supporting Parliament of Georgia Involvement in Open Government Partnership”.
Head of Media and Telecommunications Department of IDFI, Ucha Seturi presented about Internet Speed Testing Issues and Challenges of small ISPs.
Meeting was headed by the Chairman of IDFI, Levan Avalishvili. Representatives of Non-Governmental and International Organizations presented their recommendations, which should be considered during the working process on Open Parliament Georgia Action Plan.
|23 February 2019|