State financial administrations are struggling to produce the statistical publications scheduled in the budget calendar on time. This is a departure from Cameroon’s commitments in terms of transparency and good governance.
28 out of 100. This is the note that Cameroon obtained on April 30, 2020 in the 2019 World Report on the Survey of Open Budgets (EBO). In the previous ranking, in 2017, the country had obtained 7/100. What therefore raise “an important and significant advance”, as Charlie Martial Ngounou, Executive President of the NGO Afroleadership, which works for transparency and citizen participation in the management of public finances, points out.