2015 - Mexican Audit on the Transparency of Developmental Loans by FUNDAR

The report entitled “Diagnosis of the transparency of developmental loans in Mexico” presents the results of an assessment of passive transparency conducted by FUNDAR and published in September of 2015. For the diagnosis, 147 requests were sent to 16 agencies in the Federal Government. Additionally, 28 requests were sent to the World Bank and 45 to the Inter-American Development Bank. 
Theme Of The Audit: 
Country: 
Mexico
Region: 
Latin America - Caribbean
Number of Requests: 
147
Audit type: 
Passive
Authors: 
FUNDAR
Year That FOIA Took Effect: 
2002
Year of The Audit: 
2015
Methodology: 

For the accomplishment of this diagnosis, a sample of 29 loans, 14 from the World Bank, 15 from the Inter-American Development Bank was determined. The information available in the banks’ databases were analyzed, missing information was detected, and referring to this information, requests were sent to: i) each of the corresponding banks, ii) the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, and iii) the agencies responsible for the implementation. The results shown in this summary correspond only to the answers delivered by the Federal Government.

Experimental Conditions: 

Not informed.

Number of Responses: 
5
Means of Making The Request: 
FOIA Portal
E-mail
Appeals: 
No
Number Of Agencies Audited (Passive): 
147
Author Type: 
NGO
Audit Created By FGV: 
No
Audited Institutional Power or Type of Entity: 
Audited Levels of Government: 
Distribution of Requests: 

73 requests were sent to the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit and 74 to the respective agencies responsible for the implementation of the loans.