Guatemala: 8 Thousand NGOs to Provide Financial Information
About 8 Thousand NGOs that manage state funds must provide data on their financial statements.
Monday, April 20, 2009
Next Tuesday, the Law on Free Access to Public Information will come into force and it will force these non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to give information to the citizenry if it is requested.
Included in 2011's proposed budget are mechanisms to ensure transparency in the creation of trusts.
Otto Perez Molina, who takes office on January 14 2012, has announced that NGOs will no longer receive state funds for public works building, which will instead be carried out exclusively by the state.
The Government announced it will not use Non-governmental Organizations for developing public infrastructure or supplying materials.
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