The 2017-2018 interim monitoring report reviews progress and defines recommendations for the improvement of achievement of goals and objectives provided in the Strategy & the Action Plan of the Prosecution Service of Georgia.
A phone survey to find out people’s knowledge and attitude about the Supreme Court judge selection process was conducted. The survey resulted in 867 completed interviews, and is representative of the adult Georgian-speaking population of the country. The average margin of error of the survey is 2.2%.
IDFI's visualization on the Expenditures of the Contingency Funds of Local Municipalities in 2018.
One novelty of the updated Organic Law on Prosecution Service is the introduction of permanent consultation bodies in the Prosecutor’s Office, namely: Career Management, Ethics and Incentives Council; and Strategic Development and Criminal Law Policy Council;
IDFI’s visualizations explains what does the broadened Parliamentary control over the Prosecutor’s Office imply, following the recent changes in the Law on Prosecutor’s Office.
As a result of the reform of the Prosecution Service, the authority of the Prosecutor General was expanded and the powers of the Minister of Justice were transferred to the Prosecutor General.
The main function of the Prosecutorial Council is to ensure the independence, transparency and efficiency of the Prosecutor's Office.
IDFI's visualization on the national assessment of Georgian municipalities.