The media will also present annual accountability
Posted On 19 Mar 2014
7.336 institutions and officials are required to present its 2013 accountability report to the Council of Citizen Participation and Social Control (Cpccs).
Mónica Banegas, President of the Agency, explained that this figure includes social media through their legal representatives, and the report must be delivered until April 30.
The Council has drawn up around 161 forms and specific guidelines for accountability. However, Banegas said that a form is being set up for the media.
Meetings will be held with journalists to achieve a document for the next period. This year, the media must abide to the legal and regulatory mandate and present its report in a format which considers the legislation.