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The general objective of this research was to determine the relationship between citizen participation and participatory budgeting for effective governance for local governments in Peru, the type of research was applied, descriptive level correlational, quantitative approach. The non-experimental design with a cross section, a sample population of 50 officials who perform tasks in processes and execution of the participatory budget and citizenship area was used, studies were carried out in the districts and provinces of Peru. The technique used to collect information was a survey, a Likert scale was used and the data collection instruments were 16 items, the variables were validated with expert judgments, their reliability determined with Cronbach's Alpha. The Rho Spearman test was used for hypothesis testing. According to the findings, the general conclusion was reached that there is a relationship between the variable’s citizen participation and participatory budgeting. The results show a moderate correlation coefficient of Spearman's Rho = 0.517 and p = 0.000 <0.01, among the variables, which indicates that the greater the citizen participation, the better the participatory budgeting processes develop. It is stated that there is a positive and significant relationship between citizen participation and participatory budgeting.
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