International Budget Partnership hits region
Central American governments fail to provide their citizens with sufficient information on the way their nations’ budgets are drawn up, managed and spent, the International Budget Partnership says in a study.
The study’s main conclusion is that the biggest shortcoming in the budgets is their transparency.
The study gives Costa Rica a rating of 47 points; El Salvador 37; Guatemala 50; Honduras, 11 and Nicaragua 37.
Original source (in Spanish): Efe