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State Departments Accused of Politically Motivated Redundancies and a Poor Staffing System

Published: August 15, 2013 | 11:14 am
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Which State departments have employed a contest system for acquiring staff? This question has become topical following the publication of the NGO Transparency International-Georgia’s study, according to which, only 4% of staff have been acquired through a contest system. Furthermore, the NGO speaks of politically motivated redundancies at public workplaces following the most recent parliamentary elections.
The State departments named in the study have responded to Transparency International-Georgia’s study in written form. The letters from the Ministry of the Economy, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure are very similar in terms of their content, speaking about certain false conclusions and inaccurate data found within the NGO’s study. The letters state that the majority of the staff from the previous administration submitted resignation forms themselves, while some were moved to different positions by the new management. The statements also claim that the contest system is being employed by the State departments to acquire staff, and that the current staff are fit to perform their duties.

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