''Efficiency of some government agencies is very low and requires significant adjustments, inter alia in terms of human resources'' states Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia Print Version

2018-07-11

"Current structure of regional governance fails to respond to challenges that are witnessed in the regions of the country nowadays. Hence, the very first thing the new Government will do is to carry out structural changes including those of human resources to a significant degree." It was stated by Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia in response to the question posed on potential changes in the governance of some regions.

In the opinion of the Head of the Government of Georgia, this layer of public administration needs to be empowered and given a shape and form acceptable to the citizens of the country.
"We do not need such bureaucratic layers, which will not benefit the society in terms of advancement and ease of life. I believe that this layer is essential, though needs to be empowered. We need to create such a flexible structure, that will enable us to get information on the problems experienced by local population and to work on addressing them in the most efficient manner. I believe that efficiency and effectiveness of certain segments of governance is very low and requires significant adjustments, including those of the human resources" concluded Mamuka Bakhtadze, Prime Minister of Georgia.

Prime Minister's Press Office