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RIGHTS TO INFORMATION ACCESS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA AND THE PROCEDURE OF THE PROTECTION OF THAT RIGHT

Željka Vajda Halak ; Veleučilište „Lavoslav Ružička“ u Vukovaru
Danijela Romić orcid id orcid.org/0000-0002-2008-4921 ; Veleučilište „Lavoslav Ružička“ u Vukovaru
Zoran Tršinski ; Agencija za znanost i visoko obrazovanje, Zagreb


Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 153 Kb

str. 227-238

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The right of access to information is the right of the new generation in the Republic of Croatia. It is covered by Art. 38 of the Croatian Constitution (Official Gazette 85/2010) which guarantees freedom of thought and expression and which includes the freedom of the press and other media of communication, freedom of speech and public expression, and free establishment of all institutions of public communication. The right of access to information has been declared in constitutional law and it has precisely regulated its scope and possible limitations. In this way, it is strengthening the transparency and legitimacy of the actions of public authorities, as well as control over it. The aim of this paper is to determine the legislative framework governing the right of access to information and to point to the question of how the legal protection of the right of access to information is regulated.

Ključne riječi

Access to information, public administration, Information Commissioner, Act on the Right of Access to Information

Hrčak ID:

170909

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/170909

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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