05 April 2016
The Access to Information Programme presented findings and conclusions from its sixteenth annual report Access to Information in Bulgaria 2015 at a pressconference held in the Bulgarian News Agency on April 5, 2016. The report contains:
  • recommendations related to the access to information legal framework and its implementation, as well as other obligations granting transparency;
  • detailed review of the amendments to the Access to Public Information Act (APIA) as of December 2015;
  • analysis of the 2015 APIA amendments with regard to the proactive publication of information online;
  • what are the institutions addressed and what type of information was sought by the requestors who turned for legal help to AIP in 2015;
  • tendencies in the court practices on access to information cases in 2015 and summaries of cases in which AIP has provided court representation.
Access to Information in Bulgaria 2015, Access to Information Programme, 2016, p. 89, ISSN 1314-0515.

The text of the report in Bulgarian: http://store.aip-bg.org/publications/ann_rep_bg/report2015.pdf.

The report is prepared within the project Civil Center for Support of Transparency in Public Life, supported with a grant by the America for Bulgaria Foundation.