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Energy Regulating Commission Named as the most Secretive Public Institution

Published: September 12, 2013 | 1:22 pm
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According to the Bidzina Ivanishvili, “people must realise that they are renting the government, while the government is obliged to serve and be accountable towards the people.” The Prime Minister made this statement at an event held at the Radisson Blu Iveria hotel, which concerned itself with the issue of releasing public information. According to him, transparency and open government represent his team’s political choice, and this process must be made irreversible. The Institute for the Development of Freedom of Information has named the Energy and Water Supplies Regulating Commission as the most secretive public organisation in 2012-2013. According to the institute’s data, the situation with regards to the release of information has improved considerably since last year’s parliamentary elections, although problems persist at the Presidential Administration and the State Chancellery.

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