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Quito, Ecuador

  • Member Since 2020
  • Action Plan

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Quito joined OGP as part of the 2020 cohort. They are currently implementing five commitments from their 2022-2023 action plan.

This action plan features commitments related to enhancing the levels of participation and incidence in local decision-making, implementation of the international parameters of Open Parliament, and promoting local economic development processes among others.


Contacts

Econ. Diego Martínez Asesor Directo Alcalde
Econ. Juan Carlos Parra Secretario General de Planificación
Helen Cristina Fabara Villacís DIRECTORA METROPOLITANA DE GESTIÓN DE LA INFORMACIÓN helen.fabara@quito.gob.ec
Marcelo Espinel Vallejo Fundación Ciudadanía y Desarrollo mespinel@ciudadaniaydesarrollo.org

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