Independent oversight institutions: a guide for parliaments

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Independent oversight institutions: a guide for parliaments

March 02nd, 2020

This guide is an introduction to independent oversight institutions and their relationship with parliament. It addresses institutions’ mandates, leadership, reporting, and budgeting, from the perspective of parliaments with their role to establish, oversee, and collaborate with independent institutions in order to strengthen democratic governance

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