Parliamentary monitoring website ChemiParlamenti.ge was created within the framework of the parliamentary monitoring project of Transparency International Georgia. The purpose of the website is to increase public awareness on who is their representative in the state legislature and what decisions are being made in their name.
ChemiParlamenti.ge allows citizens to be more engaged in parliamentary activities:
Access information on deputies, including parliamentary activities, income and biography
View information on the legislative process and stages of discussion
To pose a question to a deputy and receive an answer. Notably, the site will provide statistics on active and passive MPs in this regard
Subscribe to an SMS update service and receive updates on parliamentary activities
Send an idea for proposed changes to the Parliament
Access information on the activities of TI Georgia within the Parliament
MyParliament.ge is possible by the generous support of our donor Swedish Development Agency (Sida).
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