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21Oct 2015

Access Info welcomes Cyprus’ commitment to strong FOI law

Madrid, 21 October 2015 - Access Info Europe has welcomed Cypriot Justice Minister Ionas Nicolaou’s commitment to adopt a strong access to information (Freedom of Information) law that will be “one of the best in the European Union”. The pro-transparency organisation, headquartered in Madrid, urges the Cypriot government to act on this promise, noting that in order to bring the

30Jul 2015

Cyprus: Draft FOI law seriously below European standards

Madrid, 30 July 2015 – Access Info Europe has urged the government of Cyprus to greatly improve its draft access to information law in order to meet basic international transparency standards. An analysis of the draft text using the Right to Information Rating indicators found that Cyprus would come in at position 97 of 102 countries globally, scoring a dismal

1Jul 2015

Access Info condemns sabotage of Hungarian FOI law

Madrid, 1 July 2015 - Access Info Europe today condemned the proposal by the Hungarian government to amend the Freedom of Information Act in ways that would seriously limit the exercise of the right of access to information in Hungary. Hungarian civil society is reacting strongly to the proposal put by the government to an accelerated decree process in parliament

13Apr 2015

Chiedi: Italy’s New FOIA Machine

Madrid, 13 April 2015 - Access Info Europe welcomes the launch of the Italian version of the Alaveteli request platform, called “Chiedi” meaning simply “Ask!”. The following article was originally published in the European Journalism Observatory's website. An online platform that enables citizens and journalists to send automated freedom of information requests to public bodies in Italy has been launched by Italian non-governmental organisation, Diritto di

4Nov 2014

Slurs against anti-corruption activist threaten future of freedom of expression and information in Montenegro

Madrid, 4 Novmber 2014 - Access Info Europe today raised concerns about the future of freedom of expression and access to information in Montenegro in the wake of a media smear campaign against the Executive Director of Montenegrin anti-corruption NGO MANS, Vanja Calovic. This is the second time this year the Montenegrin newspaper, the Informer, has conducted a campaign against

19Sep 2014

Hitting a Hundred Access to Information Laws Globally

Need for Better Data on Transparency in Practice [UPDATE 19 September 2014 - This law was signed and adopted by the President of Paraguay on Thursday 18 September 2014, making Paraguay the 100th country to adopt an access to information law] Madrid, 26 August 2014 – The civil society movement campaigning for government openness is on the point of reaching

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