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The request can be oral or written. Bodies must respond in 15 days. FOI requests are submitted free of charge but processing of documents by public authorities may require the public to pay fees which never exceed Eur When access to documents is refused, the FOIA in Malta provides for a complaint and appeal mechanism that can be ultimately resolved through the Courts of Appeal.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf signed the Freedom of Information Act of into law in October Liberia became only the fourth country in Africa , and the first in West Africa , to pass such legislation.
Article 16 of the Constitution of North Macedonia guarantees "access to information and the freedom of reception and transmission of information".
The Law on Free Access to Information of Public Character was adopted on 25 January It is scheduled to go into force in September The law allows any natural or legal person to obtain information from state and municipal bodies and natural and legal persons who are performing public functions.
The requests can be oral, written or electronic. Requests must be responded to in 10 days. The state of Selangor passed the Freedom of Information Enactment Selangor on 1 April , allowing the Malaysian public an access to the state documents including that of local councils, city halls and state government-linked companies.
The Maldives passed the Right to Information Act RTI on January 12, The Constitution was amended in to include a right of freedom of information.
Article 6 says in part, "the right of information shall be guaranteed by the state. The Federal Law of Transparency and Access to Public Government Information was unanimously approved by Congress in April and signed by President Fox in June It went into effect in June The Law of the Republic of Moldova on Access to Information  was approved by Parliament in May and went into force in August Under the law, citizens and residents of Moldova can demand information from state institutions, organisations financed by the public budget and individuals and legal entities that provide public services and hold official information.
A freedom of information law was passed in Montenegro late in , after a process of several years. Nepal Government passed a draft of information act on September, on behalf of freedom.
Based on that draft, the government enacted a specific law to regulate right to information on July 18, However, on February, for the protection, promotion and execution of Right to Information in Nepal National Information Commission formed Right to Information Act, Article of the Constitution states: "In the exercise of their duties government bodies shall observe the principle of transparency in accordance with the rules to be prescribed by Act of Parliament.
The Dutch act on public access to government information entered into force in and is updated several times later.
The request can either be written or oral. The authority has two on environmental issues or four weeks to respond.
The act also obliges the government to provide information unsolicited as it is in the interest of good and democratic governance.
In New Zealand, the relevant legislation is the Official Information Act This implemented a general policy of openness regarding official documents and replaced the Official Secrets Act.
Former President Goodluck Jonathan signed into law the Freedom of Information FoI Bill, awaited for 12 years by media proprietors and practitioners alike, during which the Villa got knocks for filibustering and lawmakers complained of bombardment by campaigners.
The House of Representatives passed the Bill on February 24, and the Senate dialled up integrity on March 16 as it delivered on promise to pass it.
The harmonised version was passed by both Chambers on May 26, It was conveyed to Jonathan on May 27, and he signed it on May 28, , according to a statement Aso Rock issued on Tuesday.
Two states in Nigeria namely Ekiti and Lagos State have adopted the Freedom of Information Act at State level but they have extended the response date at State level from 7 days to 14 days.
More states are expected to adopt the bill and come up with their own version. The current freedom of information legislation was enacted May Article of the Constitution gives access to public documents.
President Pervez Musharraf promulgated the Freedom of Information Ordinance in October It does not apply to government owned corporations or provincial governments.
The bodies must respond within 21 days. More recently, by virtue of the 18th Amendment of , article 19A has been inserted in the Constitution of Pakistan.
Article 19A "Right to Information" reads: "Every citizen shall have the right to have access to information in all matters of public importance subject to regulation and reasonable restrictions imposed by law".
The National Constitution of Paraguay  enacted in , guarantees the right to be informed and to receive true, responsible, and equitable information Art.
Congress, government agencies and Courts were reluctant to enforce the right to access public sources of information until A Supreme Court judgment No.
The ruling from the Supreme Court was made in the context of an Amparo filed by a citizen called Jose Daniel Vargas Tellez, after the San Lorenzo Municipality denied him access to the information about the names, the job descriptions and the wages of all the employees that were working in that public office.
The right to access to these informations is recognised under the Constitution and international instruments such as the American Convention on Human Rights Art.
Following the Supreme Court's decision, and with the support of the civil society and President Horacio Cartes , the first Transparency law was enacted Law No.
These rules expressly recognize that the right to access public information is a human right, which improves the State, promotes citizen participation and public accountability, and serves as a tool to combat corruption.
Currently, all requests to access public information can be done online through a single portal, and government offices are obliged to respond within 15 days.
Paraguay became internationally committed to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance after becoming a member of the Open Government Partnership.
Presently, most government offices have Transparency offices and can provide information to citizens and receive reports of corruption.
The main Executive agency in charge of promoting Electronic Government is the SENATICS. Art 28 of the Constitution also states that any person affected by the diffusion of a false, distorted, or ambiguous information has the right to demand its rectification or its clarification by the same means and under the same conditions in which it was divulged, without prejudice to the other compensatory rights.
There is also a specific law that regulates Habeas Data , and any citizen can request a copy of publicly or privately held information relating to him, and can demand that any inaccurate data found be destroyed.
On July 23, , Philippine president Rodrigo Duterte signed the executive order on freedom of information to be implemented effectively in all offices under the executive branch of government.
Section 13 4 of the Constitution of the Pitcairn Islands provides that "Freedom of information in Pitcairn shall be provided by Ordinance, which shall reflect the freedom of information legislation of the United Kingdom adapted to the circumstances of Pitcairn".
The Freedom of Information Ordinance implements this requirement. Article 61 of the Constitution provides for the right to information and mandates that Parliament enact a law setting out this right.
The Law on Access to Public Information was approved in September and went into effect in January The Act allows anyone to demand access to public information, public data and public assets held by public bodies, private bodies that exercise public tasks, trade unions and political parties.
The requests can be oral or written. The bodies must respond within 14 days. Since there is one law on Freedom of Information and one on transparent decision making processes in public administration a sunshine law.
It puts forth the purpose of the law, recognises the right to access to information, the procedures for accessing information, and compliance related issues.
In Serbia, the Access to Public Information Act gives access to documents of public authorities. The President of the Republic, Mr Danny Faure assented to the Access to Information Act in July The Access to Information Bill was published in the Official Gazette on the 24th of March The Right of Access to Information is guaranteed under Article 28 of the Constitution of the Republic of Seychelles.
This Act gives the public with the constitutional right of access to information held by public authorities performing a governmental function.
The Act will is administered and applied by an independent Information Commission, the setting of which has been cleared with the enactment of the Law.
The Commission is appointed by the President in consultation with the Speaker of the National Assembly on the recommendation of the Constitutional Appointments Authority CAA.
The Information Commission strives to promote awareness, educate and popularise the right to access to information and fosters good governance by enhancing transparency, accountability and integrity in the Public Service and Administration.
Slovakia passed the Freedom of Information Act in May Num. Under the law, everybody can demand information from state institutions, organisations, from municipalities, individuals and legal entities financed by the public budget.
Slovenia passed the Access to Public Information Act in March Section 32 of the Constitution of South Africa guarantees "the right of access to any information held by the state; and any information that is held by another person and that is required for the exercise or protection of any rights.
The right of access to privately held information is an interesting feature, as most freedom of information laws only cover governmental bodies.
The Constitutional Court ruled in that there is a constitutional right to information "as an aspect of the right of freedom of expression and specific implementing legislation to define the contours of the right was not a prerequisite to its enforcement.
The Act on Disclosure of Information by Public Agencies was enacted in and went into effect in January It allows citizens to demand information held by public agencies.
Sri Lanka's Right to Information Act No 12 of was certified on 4 August After much debate and many amendments to the draft Bill, the final Act comprising 44 Sections was certified in early August The implementation of the Act is expected to take time due to the necessity of establishing cadre positions in government institutions to provide information to the general public.
The Act is considered to hold many strengths and positive features that would effectively authorize citizens to be actively involved in the process of governance.
Moreover, Article 14A 1 introduced by virtue of 19th Amendment to the Constitution of Sri Lanka has paved the way for the recognition of right to information as a fundamental right.
In Sweden , the Swedish Freedom of the Press Act grants public access to official documents and is included in the Constitution of Sweden.
Dating back to , it is the first freedom of information legislation in the modern sense.