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Mexico Must Establish Democratic Controls over State Surveillance

The Open Government Partnership (OGP) calls on the Mexican government and national stakeholders to fully implement surveillance control regulations ...


OGP Steering Committee Statement on El Salvador

The members of the Open Government Partnership (OGP) Steering Committee express their deep concern regarding the dismissal of all five magistrates from El Salvador’s Constitutional Chamber and the Attorney General on May 1, 2021.


Statement from the CEO of OGP on the Situation in El Salvador

As the leader of the Open Government Partnership (OGP), I am alarmed by concerns raised by civil society organizations regarding the dismissal of the Constitutional Court Justices and the Attorney General...

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Five Government Innovations Recognized for their Work to Open up Government

Five open government reforms from Latvia, Mexico, New Zealand, the city of Buenos Aires, Argentina and the state of Kaduna, Nigeria have been recognized ...

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56 Local Jurisdictions Join Global Partnership to Promote Open Government

OGP welcomes 56 new local jurisdictions composed of 64 local governments and civil society organizations to join OGP Local at a critical time for open government.


Government of Korea and María Baron to Steer the Open Government Partnership

The Government of the Republic of Korea and María Baron (Directorio Legislativo) are the new lead co-chairs of the OGP Steering Committee. The new co-chairs will lead the Partnership for one year starting on October 1, 2020, and will work with ten other governments and ten civil society leaders who also serve in the Steering Committee. 

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