What is the difference between Permanent Accountability and Public Accountability Hearing?

Permanent accountability is the obligation of public entities and public servants to report and explain the progress and results of their management, as well as progress in guaranteeing rights to citizens and their social organizations.

The Public Hearing is a public event, a space for dialogue between citizens, organizations and public servants where information is provided on the results of a management in compliance with political responsibilities and plans executed in a given period.