Bissau: Angola at Palop public finance control meeting

The information is contained in a press release from the Angolan Embassy to Guinea-Bissau that reached Angop on Tuesday.

According to the source, the meeting going until Friday is mainly focusing on promoting the exchange of experience, knowledge and good practices among the main beneficiaries of the Palop/ET project on building of technical and functional capacity of the higher control institutions, parliaments and organisations of the civil society.

The event is also reviewing the bases of reference and project indicators, seeking to evaluate its impact on the external control of public funds in Palop countries and East Timor between 2014 and 2016.

The project was created under the European Development Fund for the 2008-2013 period that released Eur 33.1 million to stimulate governance in Palop and East Timor, based on an EU-UNDP partnership that contributed Eur 6.4 million to support higher finance control institutions, parliaments and organisations of the civil society.

The meeting, according to organisers, will help diagnose the progress so far scored and the main constraints concerning external control of the public finance between 2014 and 2016.

The event is also analysing the strengthening of the external capacity of control of public finance by organisations of the civil society, the concolidation and development of the legislative control of budgets and public accounts, and the role of the civil society organisations in the external control of public funds.

Other topics on the agend for the meeting include the reinforcement of budgetary transparency in the Palop/ET.

The meeting was opened by the deputy speaker of Guinea Bissau’s Parliament, Inacio Correia, during a ceremony attended by the Undp representative based in Cabo Verde, Ulrika Richardson.

The African Portuguese-speaking countries groups Angola, Cabo Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, SAPound o Tome and Principe.

The information is contained in a press release from the Angolan Embassy to Guinea-Bissau that reached Angop on Tuesday.

According to the source, the meeting going until Friday is mainly focusing on promoting the exchange of experience, knowledge and good practices among the main beneficiaries of the Palop/ET project on building of technical and functional capacity of the higher control institutions, parliaments and organisations of the civil society.

The event is also reviewing the bases of reference and project indicators, seeking to evaluate its impact on the external control of public funds in Palop countries and East Timor between 2014 and 2016.

The project was created under the European Development Fund for the 2008-2013 period that released Eur 33.1 million to stimulate governance in Palop and East Timor, based on an EU-UNDP partnership that contributed Eur 6.4 million to support higher finance control institutions, parliaments and organisations of the civil society.

The meeting, according to organisers, will help diagnose the progress so far scored and the main constraints concerning external control of the public finance between 2014 and 2016.

The event is also analysing the strengthening of the external capacity of control of public finance by organisations of the civil society, the concolidation and development of the legislative control of budgets and public accounts, and the role of the civil society organisations in the external control of public funds.

Other topics on the agend for the meeting include the reinforcement of budgetary transparency in the Palop/ET.

The meeting was opened by the deputy speaker of Guinea Bissau’s Parliament, Inacio Correia, during a ceremony attended by the Undp representative based in Cabo Verde, Ulrika Richardson.

The African Portuguese-speaking countries groups Angola, Cabo Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, SAPound o Tome and Principe.A decorrer ate sexta-feira, o encontro tem como foco principal promover a troca de experiencias, conhecimentos e boas praticas a nivel dos principais beneficiarios do projecto dos PALOP7TL sobre o reforco das capacidades tecnicas e funcionais das instituicAes superiores de controlo, Parlamentos Nacionais e Sociedade Civil.

Vai analisar e rever as bases de referA�ncia e os indicadores do projecto, na perspectiva de identificar o seu impacto no controlo externo das financas pA�blicas nos PALOP e Timor-Leste no periodo compreendido entre 2014 e 2016.

O referido projecto foi criado ao abrigo da sub-area de governacAPound o economica do Fundo Europeu de Desenvolvimento do periodo 2008-2013 para os PALOP/TL, que atribuiu 33,1 milhAes de euros para o incentivo a iniciativas de governacAPound o nos PALOP e Timor-Leste, com base na parceria UE-PNUD que disponibilizou 6,4 milhAes de euros para apoio das actividades das instituicAes superiores de controlo, Parlamentos eleitos e Sociedade Civil, incluindo a media.

Este encontro, segundo os organizadores, permitira diagnosticar o progresso e os principais constrangimentos persistentes no dominio do controlo externo das financas pA�blicas durante o periodo 2014 a 2016.

A Grande ConferA�ncia vai analisar “O reforco das capacidades de controlo externo das financas pA�blicas pelas organizacAes da Sociedade Civil (OSC)”, “A consolidacAPound o e desenvolvimento das capacidades de fiscalizacAPound o legislativa orcamental e das contas pA�blicas ” e “O papel das OSC no controlo externo das financas pA�blicas”.

“O reforco da transparA�ncia orcamental nos PALOP/TL”, tambem sera analisado no encontro cuja cerimonia de abertura foi presidida pelo vice-presidente da Assembleia Nacional Popular da Guine-Bissau, Inacio Correia, na presenca do representante residente do Programa das NacAes Unidas para o Desenvolvimento (PNUD) em Cabo Verde, Ulrika Richardson.

SAPound o Paises Africanos de Lingua Oficial Portuguesa Angola, Cabo Verde, Guine-Bissau, Mocambique, SAPound o Tome e Principe.

Source: Angola Press News Agency

Bissau: Angola at Palop public finance control meeting

The information is contained in a press release from the Angolan Embassy to Guinea-Bissau that reached Angop on Tuesday.

According to the source, the meeting going until Friday is mainly focusing on promoting the exchange of experience, knowledge and good practices among the main beneficiaries of the Palop/ET project on building of technical and functional capacity of the higher control institutions, parliaments and organisations of the civil society.

The event is also reviewing the bases of reference and project indicators, seeking to evaluate its impact on the external control of public funds in Palop countries and East Timor between 2014 and 2016.

The project was created under the European Development Fund for the 2008-2013 period that released Eur 33.1 million to stimulate governance in Palop and East Timor, based on an EU-UNDP partnership that contributed Eur 6.4 million to support higher finance control institutions, parliaments and organisations of the civil society.

The meeting, according to organisers, will help diagnose the progress so far scored and the main constraints concerning external control of the public finance between 2014 and 2016.

The event is also analysing the strengthening of the external capacity of control of public finance by organisations of the civil society, the concolidation and development of the legislative control of budgets and public accounts, and the role of the civil society organisations in the external control of public funds.

Other topics on the agend for the meeting include the reinforcement of budgetary transparency in the Palop/ET.

The meeting was opened by the deputy speaker of Guinea Bissau’s Parliament, Inacio Correia, during a ceremony attended by the Undp representative based in Cabo Verde, Ulrika Richardson.

The African Portuguese-speaking countries groups Angola, Cabo Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, SAPound o Tome and Principe.

The information is contained in a press release from the Angolan Embassy to Guinea-Bissau that reached Angop on Tuesday.

According to the source, the meeting going until Friday is mainly focusing on promoting the exchange of experience, knowledge and good practices among the main beneficiaries of the Palop/ET project on building of technical and functional capacity of the higher control institutions, parliaments and organisations of the civil society.

The event is also reviewing the bases of reference and project indicators, seeking to evaluate its impact on the external control of public funds in Palop countries and East Timor between 2014 and 2016.

The project was created under the European Development Fund for the 2008-2013 period that released Eur 33.1 million to stimulate governance in Palop and East Timor, based on an EU-UNDP partnership that contributed Eur 6.4 million to support higher finance control institutions, parliaments and organisations of the civil society.

The meeting, according to organisers, will help diagnose the progress so far scored and the main constraints concerning external control of the public finance between 2014 and 2016.

The event is also analysing the strengthening of the external capacity of control of public finance by organisations of the civil society, the concolidation and development of the legislative control of budgets and public accounts, and the role of the civil society organisations in the external control of public funds.

Other topics on the agend for the meeting include the reinforcement of budgetary transparency in the Palop/ET.

The meeting was opened by the deputy speaker of Guinea Bissau’s Parliament, Inacio Correia, during a ceremony attended by the Undp representative based in Cabo Verde, Ulrika Richardson.

The African Portuguese-speaking countries groups Angola, Cabo Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, SAPound o Tome and Principe.A decorrer ate sexta-feira, o encontro tem como foco principal promover a troca de experiencias, conhecimentos e boas praticas a nivel dos principais beneficiarios do projecto dos PALOP7TL sobre o reforco das capacidades tecnicas e funcionais das instituicAes superiores de controlo, Parlamentos Nacionais e Sociedade Civil.

Vai analisar e rever as bases de referA�ncia e os indicadores do projecto, na perspectiva de identificar o seu impacto no controlo externo das financas pA�blicas nos PALOP e Timor-Leste no periodo compreendido entre 2014 e 2016.

O referido projecto foi criado ao abrigo da sub-area de governacAPound o economica do Fundo Europeu de Desenvolvimento do periodo 2008-2013 para os PALOP/TL, que atribuiu 33,1 milhAes de euros para o incentivo a iniciativas de governacAPound o nos PALOP e Timor-Leste, com base na parceria UE-PNUD que disponibilizou 6,4 milhAes de euros para apoio das actividades das instituicAes superiores de controlo, Parlamentos eleitos e Sociedade Civil, incluindo a media.

Este encontro, segundo os organizadores, permitira diagnosticar o progresso e os principais constrangimentos persistentes no dominio do controlo externo das financas pA�blicas durante o periodo 2014 a 2016.

A Grande ConferA�ncia vai analisar “O reforco das capacidades de controlo externo das financas pA�blicas pelas organizacAes da Sociedade Civil (OSC)”, “A consolidacAPound o e desenvolvimento das capacidades de fiscalizacAPound o legislativa orcamental e das contas pA�blicas ” e “O papel das OSC no controlo externo das financas pA�blicas”.

“O reforco da transparA�ncia orcamental nos PALOP/TL”, tambem sera analisado no encontro cuja cerimonia de abertura foi presidida pelo vice-presidente da Assembleia Nacional Popular da Guine-Bissau, Inacio Correia, na presenca do representante residente do Programa das NacAes Unidas para o Desenvolvimento (PNUD) em Cabo Verde, Ulrika Richardson.

SAPound o Paises Africanos de Lingua Oficial Portuguesa Angola, Cabo Verde, Guine-Bissau, Mocambique, SAPound o Tome e Principe.

Source: Angola Press News Agency