Tbilisi. The Institute for Development of Freedom of Information (IDFI) has published a study about the results of monitoring the accuracy of December 10 reports of public institutions. So-called December 10 reports imply the publication of an annual report on the state of access to information by public institutions.
According to the organization, “the monitoring has revealed that there are frequent cases when public institutions reflect in the data of their reports incompatible with requirements of legislation and/or reality. For example, despite the fact that public information requests of IDFI were left unanswered within the reporting period, indicators, provided in December 10 reports that show how completely public information requests were addressed, as well as current statuses, granted to letters that are overdue for months, point out that public institutions perform unconscientious and manipulative data processing.