THE PHILIPPINE Center for Investigative Journalism on Thursday launched the results of the global survey on the state of transparency in the Philippines, where the country’s score slipped a few notches.
The Open Budget Survey for 2012 is produced every two years by the International Budget Partnership in order to encourage more openness and transparency in the budgeting process of governments. The PCIJ has been serving as the country researcher for the Philippines since 2006.
In this short video-graphic, PCIJ Research Director Karol Ann Ilagan summarizes the main points of the OBS results.The graphic was produced by PCIJ’s Rowena Caronan.
The print version of the OBS results may be read here.