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Thirty-eighth National Assembly Committee on Human Rights, Religions, Appeals and Petitions of Citizens

Opinion on the Access to Public Information Bill, N 902-01-34, proposed by the Council of Ministers

On July 30th 1999 the Committee on Human Rights, Religions, Appeals and Petitions of Citizens held its regular session at which it discussed the Access to Public Information Bill, proposed by the Council of Ministers. The session was attended by 11 MPís, members of the Committee.

As the Billís contents did not raise any discussion among the Committee members, it was duly brought to a vote.

Eight MPís voted Ďforí, three abstained and none voted against the Bill.

The Committee proposes to the National Assembly to support the Access to Public Information Bill, N 902-01-54 proposed by the Council of Ministers, at its first reading.



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