FANDOM


2012

2010

Up2U winners, Ashton-under-Lyne, March 2010

Open Budget Survey finds that just seven of 94 countries assessed release extensive budget information, and 40 countries release no meaningful budget information, October 19 [2] Without this information, it is difficult for the public and oversight institutions to hold government accountable or to have meaningful input into decisions about how to use public resources. South Africa, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, France, Norway, Sweden, and the United States score in the top tier of transparency, while the worst performers include China, Saudi Arabia, Equatorial Guinea, Senegal, and newly democratic Iraq, which provide little to no information to their citizens.

2008


Participatory budgeting - Img13714 Portal - news / UK - news

References

  1. thepolisblog.org, 2.03.2012
  2. internationalbudget.org, October 19, 2010
  3. UN-HABITAT, October 17

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