This paper reflects on the political dimensions of the development process of Georgia’s PRSP – the Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Programme (EDPRP). Developing the EDPRP has been a relatively slow process, which has been through several phases achieving a near-final draft policy document by the time of this study in early 2003. The purpose of this note is, first, to present a summary of the key findings and arguments in the paper and, second, to provide a brief update in the light of significant political changes that have taken place in Georgia since the study was carried out.
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