Information Center: Report, accountability

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Results

Open Budget Partnership
January 31, 2013

Equatorial Guinea again scored poorly on the International Budget Partnership’s Open Budget Survey 2012, reflecting the inability of its citizens to participate in or monitor the country’s budget decisions.

International Monetary Fund
January 27, 2005

"Address by Agustín Carstens, Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, at the Regional Workshop on Transparency and Accountability in Resource Management in CEMAC Countries held in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, January 27, 2005. Mr. Carstens discusses transparency, accountability, and the EITI.
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Global Witness
March 25, 2004

Governments of resource-rich developing countries often do not provide information about their revenues from natural resources, nor do multinational extractive companies publish information about payments made to the governments of those countries. Such opacity hides billions of dollars worth of financial impropriety, according to this Global Witness report.

December 1, 2010

The lack of fiscal transparency in Equatorial Guinea leads to widespread corruption and negative outcomes for most Equatoguinean citizens.

Mo Ibrahim Foundation
October 14, 2011

The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has released its 2011 index, which assesses governance performance in African countries. Included here is the index for Central Africa. 

January 1, 2010

Equatorial Guinea has made no substantive progress on budget transparency since 2008, the first year the country was included in the Index.  In 2010, Equatorial Guinea matched its 2008 score of zero (out of 100) in the Index, while the global average score was 42.

EG Justice
May 1, 2008

This policy paper assesses Equatorial Guinea’s 2006 Oil Law, how its provisions hinder intra-governmental and public oversight and accountability; and how, as a whole, it fails to promote the type of transparency espoused by the Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative. It also offers succinct and constructive recommendations to the EG government to address the current deficiencies in the law.

Open Society Justice Initiative
March 1, 2010

This paper briefly examines government corruption in Equatorial Guinea and how it works, and the price paid by the country’s citizens. It is intended to provide background information for lawyers, human rights advocates, and journalists interested in corruption and its consequences in Equatorial Guinea.

EG Justice & International Budget Partnership
October 17, 2010

Equatorial Guinea has made no substantive progress on budget transparency since 2008, the first year the country was included in the Index. In 2010, Equatorial Guinea matched its 2008 score of zero (out of 100) in the Index, while the global average score was 42.

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