Corruption in Georgia
Wednesday, July 11In his interview with Kviris Palitra, economist Demur Giorkhelidze discussed the issue of corruption in Georgia. According to him, there are two types of corruption in the country: low level corruption and institutionalized corruption. It is obvious that low-level corruption has been almost eliminated in Georgia. However, it has transformed and received institutionalized corruption. According to the analysts, this type of corruption is much more dangerous. According to the newspaper, more than 70% think that there is elite corruption in the country. So, though visible low-level corruption may be low, corruption continues to exist at the highest levels.