The concept of open which means “open” was born with the development of digital technology, and reflects the idea of accessibility. Open Burkina takes up this idea and demonstrates the need for an accessible Burkina.
It is a question here first of all of the accessibility of the government, but also of the national assembly, justice, and other components of Faso. These institutions must be open for questions of transparency, accountability and citizen participation. This means that what is done at their level must be available so that anyone can know it.
Also, whoever does it, must respond when needed on his or her way of doing it. Finally the citizen must be able to say what he or she wants to be changed in the way of doing things. These elements are essential to guarantee the right to a just, democratic and prosperous society.
Open Burkina is run by Burkinabè citizens regardless of their political or associative affiliations, presenting diverse profiles and driven by the desire to put their skills at the service of the values of transparency and democracy. The group is self-managed on a voluntary basis by its members.See more