Future Of Local Self-Government In Georgia
Future Of Local Self-Government In Georgia
Future Of Local Self-Government In Georgia

Future Of Local Self-Government In Georgia

 2021-10-19
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Future of Local Self-Government in Georgia

An open meeting was held at the Georgian Parliament on 5 March 2018 to discuss broader vision for the development of local self-governance in Georgia. The event brought high-level officials, including the Parliament Speaker (Mr Irakli Kobakhidze), the Prime Minister (Mr Giorgi Kvirikashvili), the Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure (Mr Zurab Alavidze), his First Deputy (Mr Irakli Matkava), MPs, donor-funded projects, experts and NGOs.

Mid-term vision of the future development of local self-government was presented during the meeting which is expected to extend more authorities and resources to the local level alongside associated capacity building - all in the context of more balanced and equitable regional and territorial development policies that aim to engage with people and organisation in their constituencies.

The meeting was held under the auspicious of UNDP.

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