Today, September 28, Sewell has also commemorated the International Day for the Right to Know initiative is recognized by the United Nations in which the right is claimed to have access to information of public administrations as an essential channel to facilitate public participation and ensure Pay accounts.
In Spain the Right to Know was recognisedin 2013, and also serves pararecordar that most advances in transparency have been the result of work of a demanding citizenship and is now more necessary than ever for citizens to become more involved in the process.
The right to know begins with the right to ask.
The City Sewer, transparency, launched its website last December 2.015.
Since then there have been more than 22,000 registered thereto to consult all information relating to our institution visits, the most visited areas relating to the Municipal Corporation, Procurement and the Economic and Financial Information.
It notes that the transparency portal of our City is one that aspires to "Seal of Quality Transparency" Infoparticipa national project which includes researchers from the University of Murcia and UCAM.
Sewell has been the municipality that has improved its transparency portal in the last year, says the study by the project, recording an increase of 34.7% and 22 seats in the regional rankings.
The commitment of the City Sewer transparency and citizen participation is patent and therefore will apply for membership to the Manifesto for Transparency approved by the Governing Board of the Regional Council of Transparency yesterday 27 September.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Alcantarilla