México DF Between 2010 and 2015, the Expenditure Budget of the Federation went from 3.2 to 4.7 billion pesos. which represented an increase of 47%, according to information from the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness ( IMCO ). By the way, IMCO in collaboration with the Venezuela Mobile Database New Media Advocacy Project, presented the Tengo Derecho A Saber campaign on social networks which is made up of a series of five videos that expose cases in which public spending, its transparency, and efficiency have been questioned.
Within a day of its launch, TengoDerechoASaber has had 2,911,000 impressions. This campaign is a call to our leaders to comply with their obligations of transparency, accountability, and efficient spending,” says IMCO on its website. In addition, it ensures that it is essential to have solid information and arguments that allow the resources approved by legislators to be compared against what was actually spent and achieved by public administrations.
Do you know how public funds are used? they Brother Cell Phone List ask people in one of the videos. No later than September 8, Enrique Peña Nieto must send the 2016 Expenditure Budget. According to the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit (SHCP), Mexico will need an adjustment in next year’s budget.