THE PRINCIPLE OF TRANSPARENCY OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AS AN ELEMENT OF THE RIGHT TO GOOD GOVERNENCE
Keywords:Good Governance, The Principle of Transparency, Fair Administrative Process, Open Governance Partnership
Article 18 of the Constitution of Georgia defines good governance as the right to fair administrative proceedings, the right to access public information, the right to informational self-determination, and compensation for damages caused by public authorities. The right to “Good Governance” means an impartial, fair, and timely decision-making process. Also, it implies transparency and full involvement of the interested party in the decision-making process. In 2011 Georgia joined the Open Government Partnership’s (OGP) initiative. The Government of Georgia undertook to ensure the openness of governance, transparency, and accountability to the public, as fundamental values for a democratic society, as well as to continue establishing the founding principles of open governance partnership in public administration. This article presents the whole range of issues of public administration transparency, considering the forms of its implementation
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