What’s New November 2010
This page lists changes to this site for November 2010.
Making government budgets transparent and supporting good checks and balances in the budget process enhances the credibility and prioritization of policy decisions, and limits corrupt and wasteful spending.
An analysis of budget transparency across almost 100 nations showed that most have poor budget transparency, though many have showed signs of improvement. Some steps to improve transparency are very cheap, such as simply putting all the appropriate documents on the government web sites for easier access. Other steps require more society participation and dialog.
This update to the corruption page explains this further.
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