LOCAL ADMINISTRATION TRANSPARENCY PACTS
In order to fight corruption, the population needs to learn about public funds and how they are spent. Rulers have the great responsibility of disclosing investments and giving budgets greater transparency. For the 2014 World Cup, the majority of funds come from the federal government, but a significant part of investments will be managed by city halls.
To ensure transparency in local administrations, the Clean Games Projects will invite mayor candidates of the host cities of the 2014 World Cup to commit to transparency in their campaign funds, and, for those elected, transparency in government investments.
The Local Administration Transparency Pacts will be developed by the Local Committees and will be made public by the end of the first half of 2012.