Around the world, demands for greater transparency in government activities has taken root and blossomed. One hot button, in particular, has become a focal point of discussion in recent years: public budgets. Democratic systems across the globe are faced with the dilemma of making fiscal administration more transparent to the public, and one tool that many local governments, in particular, have found successful is participatory budgeting.
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