Coalition for open, fair, and accountable public spending in the EU

We aim to stop public funds siphoning off and we have a plan that will help.

Why Open Spending?

Evidence submitted by the Open Spending EU Coalition to the Special Committee on COVID-19 pandemic.


Published date

15 Mar, 2023

We were invited to attend a meeting of COVI - a special committee of the European Parliament, where we spoke about the problem of the lack of transparency in the development and implementation of RFF funds.

You can listen to Krzysztof Izdebski speech (from: 17:56), and find a link to its text, which describes the problems in detail, but also makes very specific recommendations. The main problem we see in the disbursement of RRF funds is related to the lack of clear obligations to publish data on details of their spending. Whole speech:

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