On May 26-27, PMCG carried out the training course “Management and Division of Municipal Property & Liabilities” in the framework of the USAID program – Good Governance in Georgia (G3).
Tasks were assigned to interim working group members on the division of municipal property and liabilities. Comprehensive performance of these tasks were essential to fully develop the specific skills and knowledge for this area, one of the key objectives of the course.
Employees of the seven new self-governing cities: Akhaltsikhe, Ambrolauri, Gori, Mtskheta, Ozurgeti, Telavi and Zugdidi, as well as the representatives of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure (MRDI), Vano Khukhunaishvili Center for Effective Governance System and Territorial Arrangement Reform (CEGSTAR) and the Public and Civil Registry attended the course.
Our consultants introduced general information regarding municipal property and liabilities to the participants. The course also covered the tools of effective management, including the principles and rules on property and liability division in newly established self-governments, according to the Code on Self-Governance, adopted in 2014.
According to one of the attendees, Koka Kiguradze, representative of CEGSTAR “the training course is significantly helpful for the participants of the process to effectively fulfill responsibilities”.
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