The Open Budget Survey, prepared by the International Budget Partnership (IBP), is a comprehensive analysis and survey that evaluates whether governments give the public access to budget information and opportunities to participate in the budget process at the national level. The Survey also accesses the capacity and independence of formal oversight institutions. The IBP works with civil society partners in 115 countries to collect the data for the Survey.
The Survey is the world’s only independent, comparative assessment of the three pillars of public budget accountability: transparency, oversight and public participation.
This publication includes segments from the Executive summary and information available from the Survey about several countries of South East Europe: Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, North Macedonia, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia.
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