A Strong Parliament in a Consolidated Democracy

Summary

UNDP Georgia parliament
Students are visiting National Library of the Georgian Parliament. December 2011. Photo: David Khizanishvili/UNDP

UNDP assists the Georgian Parliament in its efforts to represent the needs and views of Georgian citizens more effectively, to simplify law-making procedures, and to improve human resource management and public relations. The project is structured around partnership between the Georgian parliament and the Eastern European, Baltic and Nordic parliaments. Those partnerships provide access to expertise and capacity-development opportunities for both MPs and the parliament staff.

What We Do

We assist in:

  • Strengthening the role of the parliament in the budget process through exercising oversight of its execution in conjunction with the Chamber of Control.
  • Conducting the parliament’s work in the area of local self-government, which includes more space for public policy dialogue.
  • Strengthening technical support to committees and factions.

Who finances it



Total US$ 972,547.17
Government of the Netherlands US$ 786,727.17
Government of Georgia 
US$ 105,820
UNDP US$   80,000

Delivery

Total US$ 968,490
Overview
Status:
Ongoing
Start date:
March 2010
End date:
June 2013
Geographic coverage:
National
Partners:
Parliament of Georgia
Project Document
  • A Strong Parliament in a Consolidated Democracy English
Contact Information

Sophie Guruli

Project Manager

sophie.guruli@undp.org

15 Paliashvili Street

Tbilisi 0179 Georgia

Contact Person in UNDP

Gigi Bregadze

Democratic Governance Programme Analyst

gigi.bregadze@undp.org