To become the Epitome of Transparency and Good Governance
Updated: Nov 23, 2019
Good governance is key to understanding the political, social and economic practices of a state, but it is also a key method in itself to implement political policies, practice social engagement and calculate economic derivatives.
The strength, legitimacy and stability of a government is undoubtedly paved by good governance; and despite its significance it is still to become the default of governments all over the world.
That being said, despite the nascent democracy that India is, in a report by Transparency International, released on Tuesday, it was found that India improved its ranking by three positions in the Global Corruption Index 2018. India, which was at 81st position in 2017, is ranked 78 in 2018, according to the latest Corruption Perception Index (CPI).
A significant contribution to this gain is due to the initiatives of the government of Assam, which has managed to occupy top slot in good governance and transparency based on the parameters of public disclosure, budgetary process, post-budget fiscal management and efforts to make the budget more public friendly.
Marking itself as the only state, among 29 states, to have published a Citizens’ Budget in the public domain. The BJP Government in Assam is also the only government that has conducted budgetary awareness campaigns across 17 districts.
These signify the necessary steps that help operationalize good governance, and create an active citizenry which is the absolute demand of a democracy in the making.
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