The Parliament of Georgia adopted the Code of Ethics on February 2019, but the composition of the Ethics’ Council has not been filled.
The report has been prepared in the framework of Transparency International Georgia’s parliamentary monitoring project and covers the activities of the 9th con
What kind of a Parliament are we going to have if the parliamentary opposition refuses to take up their seats and only the 90 MPs of Georgian Dream are represented in the
The research by Transparency International Georgia assesses the progress made by the Parliament of Georgia in regard to parliamentary openness and transparency since the
Within the framework of its parliamentary monitoring activities, Transparency International Georgia assessed the performance of the Parliament in the period covering January 1, 2019, to December 31
Transparency International Georgia’s Report on “Parliamentary Control in Georgia” covers the assessment of the parliamentary control mechanisms envisaged under the new Ru
The report conducted by Transparency International Georgia within the framework of parliamentary monitoring project covers the activities of the Gender Equality Council (
Verbal and physical confrontations in the state legislature have been a subject for discussion in the public.
Since the constitutional draft law, initiated for complete shift to the proportional elections in the Parliament of Georgia by 2020, has failed to be adopted, the protest
The subject of women's social life and participation in politics has recently been widely discussed in the public.
Following the June 20 developments, the citizens’ right to gain entry into the Parliament building, including that of the Members of Parliament, journalists and represent
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