See the short summary of our recent report #6 of Access to Public Information in Georgia.
On February14th, 2015 Giorgi Kldiashvili referred to the Chief Prosecutor of Georgia with the request to launch investigation on the facts of falsification of evidence against him. Please, see the full text of the statement.
As it is known, on December 25th, 2014, the Parliament of Georgia has supported the issue of creating interim investigative commission at the Parliament in order to study developments around Sakdrisi-Kachagiani gold mine.
On February 12th 2015, Thursday at Tbilisi Marriott Hotel the Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) delivered presentation of the report “Access to Public Information in Georgia 2014” and named the most transparent and closed public institutions revealed within the framework of the project. Representatives of Public Institutions, Media and Civil Society Organizations attended the event.
On February 12th 2015, Thursday, 11:00 AM at Tbilisi Marriott Hotel Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) will name most transparent and closed public institutions revealed within the framework of the project.
The results of the report cover the period between October 2013 and December 2014. Within the framework of the project a total of 7 878 FOI requests have been sent to 308 public institutions during the given period.
Giorgi Kldiashvili calls on the Ministry of Internal Affairs to retract defaming information and ensure that news on the termination of criminal posecution and his exculpation is published on the official web-page of the Ministry.
Giorgi Kldiashvili refers to the court for damages.
On February the 10th, IDFI held a public lecture at the Akaki Tsereteli Kutaisi State University within the scopes of the project “Georgia 2020”.
Vaja Tavberidze implemented several activities conducted within the scopes of the project. See materials with his co-authorship or editorship
|11 January 2020|