Country EUROPEAN UNION
RTI law score 96/150 – see also the legal analysis section
What were we looking for? Information regarding adoption of a mandatory lobby register at EU level and 15 AsktheEU.org requests.
We found proactively published… 25,0% of information
We managed to get via FOI requests… 25,7% of information

EUROPEAN UNION’S

MAIN FINDINGS

Extense use of exceptions

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Extense use of exceptions

Exceptions to access to information were applied in all processes analysed. The cost of compiling or copyright are the most commonly applied exceptions.

Lobby contacts

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Lobby contacts

There is no access to the name of public officials, companies or lobbyists who participate in decision-making processes.

Response time

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Response time

It took an average of 149 days to get responses to the access to documents requests.

WAS THE INFORMATION WE LOOKED FOR PROACTIVELY PUBLISHED?

WAS THE INFORMATION WE REQUESTED DISCLOSED?

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IN DETAIL:

WHAT WE FOUND PROACTIVELY PUBLISHED

Appointments diaries of public officials Minutes of meetings (including meetings within government or between government and outside interests) Document justifying the particular decision taken Documents submitted by lobbyists and external interest groups Documents submitted to a public consultation (if held)
Adoption of a mandatory lobby register at EU level NOT HELD
Table key:

Information proactively published
Information partially published or not clear
Information not proactivelly published
NOT HELD Cases in which public consultation was not held

IN DETAIL:

WHAT WAS DISCLOSED VIA REQUESTS

List of meetings Minutes of meetings Third-party documents (including correspondence)
Disclosed 88,9% 6,7% 0,0%
Denied 0,0% 13,3% 8,3%
Partial 0,0% 60,0% 81,8%
Information not held 11,1% 20,0% 9,1%
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