GYLA marked celebration of the International Anti-Corruption Day by holding a presentation and a roundtable on the topic of “the System of Disciplinary Proceedings in Civil Service (overview of legal standards and factual situation)”.
The event aimed at familiarizing public with results of the research of legislative regulation and existing practice of disciplinary proceedings in civil service as one of the spheres vulnerable to corruption, also to discuss reccomendations developed by GYLA, listen and share participants’ comments.
Anti-corruption work is one of GYLA’s strategic directions. In this regard, GYLA is already a member of the Anti-Corruption Council with the Ministry of Justice of Georgia; it also implements anti-corruption monitorings and presents prepared reports to broad public.
The December 9 event was also attended by representatives of civil society and public defender, as well as experts specializing in the noted field.
The evet was held under the auspices of the project Promotion of Transparency and Accountability in Georgia, funded by Open Society Institute and the Open Society – Georgia Foundation.