Social accountability of state governing bodies is the accountability of these bodies to citizens and other residents of the country, for whose well-being the governing bodies were created.
This is a regular and continuous process of coordination and interaction between citizens and government agencies. This process works most effectively in a democracy. Other forms of
government, such as autocracy, bureaucracy, dictatorship, and others, do not imply a stable and high degree of transparency and accountability in the work of state bodies to the people.