Aug 01 2015

http://www.fiscaltransparency.net/eng/resource_open_public.php?IdToOpen=20151006129

Comparative Case Study Research on Public Participation in National-Level Government Fiscal Policy and Budget Processes
Jason Oyugi

The purpose of this report is to first provide an institutional mapping of the current Kenya institutional venues and processes that provide opportunities for public participation because many of the Constitutional reforms are very new. Section two provides the broader context for reform. Section three involves an institutional mapping, at national and subnational levels of the formal institutional opportunities for participation. All four stages of the public cycle are covered. There are three case studies at the end of section 3. Section 4 explores the impacts and outcomes of public participation. Given the very recent adoption of the 2010 Constitution, there are few concrete results. Enjoy the #Infographic: bit.ly/1YpUp4p

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