Rank

46 / 180

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A country's rank indicates its position relative to the other countries in the index.

Score

56 / 100

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A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean).

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Three priorities at the Open Government Partnership summit

Transparency International has been at the Open Government Partnership's global summit in Tbilisi, Georgia, pushing for action in three key areas.

Europe and Central Asia: More civil engagement needed (Part II)

As follow-up to the regional analysis of Eastern Europe and Central Asia, additional examples from Albania, Kosovo and Georgia highlight the need for more progress in anti-corruption efforts in these countries and across the region.

Europe and Central Asia: more civil engagement needed (Part I)

In 2017, authoritarianism rose across Eastern and South East Europe, hindering anti-corruption efforts and threatening civil liberties. Across the region, civil society organisations and independent media experienced challenges in their ability to monitor and criticise decision-makers

Land rights in Georgia: the stench of corruption

This is the story of how Transparency International’s Advocacy and Legal Advice Centre in Georgia helped a group of villagers win a legal battle against local authorities who had stolen their land.

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TI Georgia poll on surveillance: 69% of respondents would not discuss critical political opinions on the phone

Is fighting corruption in Eastern Europe compromised?

Ahead of the EU summit in Lithuania, we look at what Eastern European nations can do to show their anti-corruption commitment.

Tech tools in action: examples from Argentina, Georgia and Latvia

Technology has the power to reshape peoples' interactions with governments, economies and societies. Increasingly, web and mobile tools are also being used to hold leaders and institutions to account – as these case studies from our movement show.

Georgia’s presidential election: after Saakashvili

As Georgians head to the polls to elect a new leader, we look at what our chapter there uncovered during pre-election monitoring.

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Ms Eka Gigauri
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