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RIGHT OF ACCESS to PUBLIC INFORMATION RIGHT OF ACCESS to PUBLIC INFORMATION Act 27275 object. Exceptions. Reaches.
The Senate and Chamber of deputies of the Argentina nation gathered in Congress, etc. sanction with force of law: TITLE PRELIMINARY ARTICLE 1 °-object. This law aims to guarantee the effective exercise of the right of access to public information, promoting citizen participation and transparency in public management, and is founded on the following principles: presumption of advertising: all information held by the State is presumed to be public, subject to the exceptions provided for in this Act. Transparency and maximum disclosure: all information in the possession, custody or under control of the obligated subject shall be accessible to all persons. He access to it information public only can be limited when concur any of them exceptions provided for in this law, in accordance with the needs of it society democratic and Republican, proportional to the interest that them justify. Informalism: the rules of procedure for access to the information must facilitate the exercise of the right and its failure not may constitute an obstacle for this. Obligors may not found the rejection of the request for information in breach of formal requirements or rules of procedure. Maximum access: the information must be published in full, with the highest level of disaggregation possible and by the most available media. Opening: the information must be accessible in open electronic formats that facilitate their processing by automated means that allow re-use or redistribution by third parties. Dissociation: in one case in which part of the information frame within the exceptions strictly laid down by this law, not exempted information must be published in a version of the paper that Taché, conceals or dissociate those parts subject to the exception. Not discrimination: is must deliver information to all them people that it requested, in conditions of equality, excluding any form of discrimination and without demand expression of cause or reason for the request. Maximum pressure: the information must be published with the maximum speed and at times compatible with the preservation of its value. Free: the access to the information must be free, without prejudice of it provisions in this law. Control: compliance with the rules governing the right of access to information subject to permanent control. Them resolutions that refuse requests of access to the information, as https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 the silence of the subject forced required, the ambiguity or the inaccuracy of his response, may be appealed before the organ competent. Responsibility: the breach of the obligations imposed by this law will give rise to responsibilities and will result in sanctions that correspond. Limited scope of exceptions: the limits to the right of access to public information must be exceptional, previously established as stipulated in this law, and formulated in clear and accurate terms being the responsibility of demonstrating the validity of any restrictions to access to the information by the subject to which the information is required. In dubio pro petitor: the interpretation of the provisions of this Act or of any regulation of the right of access to information should be performed, if in doubt, always in favor of the greater validity and scope of the right to information. Facilitation: any public authority may refuse to indicate whether a document at work, or not, in his power or deny the disclosure of a document in accordance with the exceptions contained in this law, unless harm to the protected interest is greater than the public interest in the information. Good faith: to ensure the effective exercise of access to information, it is essential to the obligors to act in good faith, i.e., that they interpret the law in a way that serve to fulfil the purposes pursued by the right of access, to ensure the strict application of the law, to provide the necessary means of assistance to applicants, promote the culture of transparency and act with diligence professionalism and institutional loyalty.
TITLE I right of access to the information public chapter I regime general ARTICLE 2 °-right of access to the information public. The right of access to public information includes the ability to search, access, request, receive, copy, analyse, reprocessing, reuse and redistribute freely information under custody of the obliged subjects listed in article 7 of this law, with the only limitations and exceptions that establishes this rule. It is presumed public information to generate, obtain, transform, controlling or guarded the obligors achieved by this law.
ARTICLE 3 - definitions. For the purposes of this law: to) public information: all types of data contained in documents of any format that required subjects listed in article 7 of this law generate, obtain, transform, check or envelope; (b) document: all that has been generated, which is controlled or registration which is guarded by the obliged subjects listed in article 7 of this law, regardless of their form, origin, date of creation or official character.
ARTICLE 4 – active legitimization. Human or legal, public or private, everyone has the right to request and receive public information, and may not required the applicant that motivates the request, https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 to prove subjective right or legitimate interest or that has legal sponsorship.
ARTICLE 5 - delivery of information. The information should be provided in the State in which is situated at the time of the request, not be forced the subject required to process it or rate it. The State has the obligation to deliver it in digital formats that are open, except for cases in which was impossible to fulfil or meant a disproportionate State effort. The access agency set the exceptions to public information.
ARTICLE 6 - free of charge. The access to the information public is free insofar as not is required its reproduction. The costs of reproduction are provided by the applicant.
ARTICLE 7 - scope. They are obliged to provide public information: to) the national public administration, formed by the central administration and the decentralized agencies, comprising in the latter to social security institutions; b) legislative power and bodies that work in your field; (c) the Judicial power of the nation; (d) the public prosecutor of the nation; e) the Ministry public defence; (f) the Council of the judiciary); (g) companies and societies of the State covering companies in the State, the State companies, companies with majority State ownership, mixed economy companies and all those other business organizations where the State has controlling interest in the capital or in the formation of the corporate decisions; (h) companies and companies in which the State has a minority stake, but only as regards the State participation; (i) licensees, licensees and licensees of public or dealers licensees use of the public domain, in so far as they fulfil public services and services in everything that corresponds to the exercise of the delegated administrative role; and contractors, lenders and borrowers under any other form or modality contractual; (j) organizations business, parties political, trade unions, universities and any entity private to that is you have granted funds public, in what is refer, only, to the information produced total or partially or related with them funds public received; (k) institutions or funds whose management, saves or conservation are to cargo of the State national; (l) persons legal public not state in all that that was regulated by the right public, and in what is refer to the information produced or related with them funds public received; (m) trusts that are constituyeren total or partially with resources or goods of the State national; (n) the cooperating entities with which the national public administration had held or held conventions that relate to technical or financial cooperation with State bodies; or) El Banco Central of the Republic Argentina; (p) the Interjurisdictional entities in which the State is participation or representation; (q) grantees, operators, administrators and operators of games of chance, skill and commitment, duly authorized by the competent authority. Breach of this law shall be considered causal for poor performance.
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ARTICLE 8 °-exceptions. Subjects bound only exempt from providing the information when you configure any of the following cases: to) information expressly classified as reserved or confidential or secret, for reasons of defence or foreign policy. The reserve in any event can reach the necessary information to evaluate the definition of security policies, defense and Foreign Affairs of the nation; or that another whose disclosure does not represent a risk real and identifiable of prejudice significant for an interest legitimate linked to such political; (b) information that could endanger the proper functioning of the banking or financial system; (c) secrets industrial, commercial, financial, scientific, technical or technological whose disclosure could harm the level of competitiveness or damage to the interests of the obligated subject; (d) information that compromise the rights or legitimate interests of a third party obtained on confidentiality; (e) information in the possession of the financial information unit responsible for the analysis, treatment and transmission of information to the prevention and investigation of the legitimation of assets from illicit; (f) information produced by the obligors dedicated to regulate or supervise financial or prepared by third parties for use by those institutions and relating to examinations of situation, assessment of your system's operation or its operating condition; (g) information prepared by lawyers or legal advisors of the national public administration whose advertising could reveal the strategy to adapt in the defense or processing of a court case or divulge the techniques or procedures of investigation of any crime or other irregularities or when information privare a person of the full exercise of the guarantee of due process; (h) information protected by professional secrecy; (i) information that contains data personal and not can provide is applying procedures of dissociation, unless is meets with them conditions of legality laid down in the law 25.326 of protection of data personal and their amended; (j) information that may cause a danger to life or safety of a person; (k) information of character judicial whose disclosure was prohibited by other laws or by commitments entered into by the Republic Argentina in treated international; (l) information obtained in investigations carried out by the subject forced that had the character of reserved and whose disclosure could thwart the success of a research; (m) information concerning a corporation subject to the regime of public offering. The exceptions contained in this article shall not apply in cases of serious violations of human rights, genocide, war crimes or crimes against humanity.
Chapter III request of information and way of claim ARTICLE 9 °-request of information. The application of information must be presented before the subject forced that it possess or is presumed that it has, who it sent to the responsible of access to the information public, in them terms of it planned in the article 30 of the present law. https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 can be in writing or by electronic means and without any formality except for the identity of the applicant, the clear identification of the requested information and the contact details of the applicant, for the purposes of sending you the information requested or announce that it is available. The subject that received the request for information given or shall send to the applicant a constancy in the process.
ARTICLE 10. -Processing. If the application relates to public information which is not held by of the subject to which it is addressed, it may refer, within the non-extendable term of five (5) days, computed from the presentation, who possess it, if I knew it, or otherwise to the Agency's access to public information, and inform the applicant of this circumstance.
ARTICLE 11. -Deadlines. All request of information public required in the terms of the present law must be satisfied in a term not greater of fifteen (15) days working. He term is may extend in form exceptional by others fifteen (15) days business of mediating circumstances that do reasonably difficult meet the information requested. In your case, the required subject must communicate truthfully, by Act founded and before the expiration of the time limit, the reasons that makes use of such extension. The petitioner may require, by reasons founded, the reduction of the term for answer and meet your requirement.
ARTICLE 12. -Partial information. Obligors must provide the information requested in complete form. If there is a document that contains partial information access to which is limited in terms of article 8 of this law, must supply the rest of the information requested, using systems of strikeouts.
ARTICLE 13. -Refusal to grant. The subject required only may refuse to provide the information the application, by founded Act, if you will verify that it does not exist and is not obliged legally to produce it or that it is included within any of the exceptions provided for in article 8 of this law. The lack of Foundation will determine the invalidity of the denegatorio Act and will require the delivery of the required information. The refusal of the information should be arranged by the maximum authority of the agency or entity required. The silence of the obligated subject, the time periods provided for in article 11 of this law, as well as the ambiguity, inaccuracy or incomplete delivery, shall be considered as denial unjustified to give the information. The refusal to grant in any of their cases will leave enabled avenues of complaint provided for in article 14 of this law.
ARTICLE 14. -Way of claim. Them decisions in matter of access to the information public are actionable directly before them courts of first instance in it contentious administrative federal, without prejudice of the possibility of lodged the claim administrative relevant before the Agency of access to the information public or the organ that corresponds according to the legitimized passive. Will be competent the judge of the domicile of the applicant or the of the domicile of the body required, to option of the first. In none of these two assumptions, may be demanded the exhaustion of it via administrative. He claim by breach intended in the article 15 of the present law, will be replacement of them resources provided in the law national of procedures administrative, 19.549, and in the Decree 1.759 https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 of the 3 of April of 1972 (t.o. 1991). Claim promoted by judicial action will process through under cover and must be brought within forty (40) days since it was notified the negative decision of the application or since it the time limit expires to answer it, or, from the verification of any breach of the provisions of this law. Not will be of application those alleged of inadmissibility formal intended in the article 2 ° of the law 16.986.
ARTICLE 15. -Claims for breach. Before them alleged of refusal of a request of information established in the article 13 of the present law or before any another breach to it willing in it present, the applicant may, within a term of forty (40) days working counted from the expiration of the term for it response established in the article 11 of this standard, filed a claim before the Agency of access to it information public or , at his option, to the organism originally required. The latter must raise it immediately and without delay to the Agency's access to public information to its resolution.
ARTICLE 16. -Formal requirements. The claim for non-compliance will be presented in writing, indicating the full name and address of the applicant, the obligated subject which was directed to the request for information and the date of the presentation. Also, it will be necessary to accompany a copy of the request for information submitted and, if any, the response he had received of the obligated subject.
ARTICLE 17. -Resolution of the claim lodged. (Within them thirty (30) days business counted from the reception of the claim by breach, the Agency of access to the information public, must decide: to) reject founded the claim, being reasons for such resolution: I. that is had presented out of the term planned; II. which previously would have solved the same question in relation to the applicant and to the same information; III. the required subject other than a subject bound by this Act; IV. that in the case of information referred to in one or more of the exceptions provided for in article 8 of this law. V. That the information provided has been full and sufficient. If the resolution not meant information advertising, notification to the applicant subject to inform about the right to have recourse to justice and the deadlines for filing the action; (b) intimate the obligated subject that denied the information required to comply with the obligations imposed on him by this law. The decision of the Agency's access to public information shall be reported within a period of three (3) business days of the applicant's information and the subject must, at the same time which shall be published on its official website the computer network. If the resolution of the Agency's access to public information in favour of the applicant, the obligated subject who has failed to comply with the provisions of this law, shall deliver the information requested within one period not exceeding ten (10) business days from received the summons.
ARTICLE 18. -Responsibilities. The public official or responsible agent to arbitrarily block the applicant access to the public information required, or supplies it in incomplete form or in any way obstruct the enforcement of this law, incurred serious misconduct without prejudice to administrative, economic and penal responsibilities that might fit you https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 as provided for in the regulations.
Chapter IV Agency of access to the information public ARTICLE 19. -Access to public information agency. Create the Agency's access to public information as a self-sufficient entity that will work with functional autonomy within the scope of the national executive power. The Agency's access to public information must ensure compliance with the principles and procedures laid down in this law, ensure the effective exercise of the right of access to public information and promote active transparency measures.
ARTICLE 20. -Director of the Agency's access to public information. The Agency's access to public information will be headed by a director who will last five (5) years in office with the possibility of being re-elected only once. The director shall be appointed by the national executive power through a public, open and transparent selection procedure which guarantees the suitability of the candidate.
ARTICLE 21. -Director's selection procedure. The selection procedure of the director of the Agency's access to public information will be carried out in accordance with the provisions below: a) the National Executive will propose one (1) person and shall publish the name and curriculum history thereof in the Official Gazette and in two (2) newspapers of national circulation, three (3) days; (b) the candidate must present a declaration sworn as the normative planned in the law of ethics in the exercise of the function public, 25.188, and its regulation; (c) is required to it administration Federal of income public (AFIP) a report relative to the compliance of the obligations tax of the candidate; (d) is held a hearing public to them effects of evaluate the observations planned in accordance with what set the regulation; ((e) citizens, non-governmental organizations, colleges, professional associations and academic institutions may, within the period of fifteen (15) days from the last publication in the Official Gazette referred to in subparagraph a) of this article, submit to the Agency in charge of the Organization of the public hearing, in writing and so founded and documented , observations with regard to the candidates. Without prejudice of them presentations that is made in the same term may require is opinion to organizations of relevance in the field professional, judicial and academic to the purposes of its valuation; ((f) within them fifteen (15) days, counted from the expiration of the term established in the subsection e) of the present article, is must celebrate an audience public for the evaluation of the observations presented. After and within a period of seven (7) days of celebrated audience, the national executive power will make the decision to confirm or withdraw the nomination of the person proposed, in the latter case must propose a new candidate and restart the selection process.
ARTICLE 22. -Rank and hierarchy of the director. The director in charge of the Agency's access to public information will have range and hierarchy of Secretary.
ARTICLE 23. -Requirements and incompatibilities. To be appointed director of the Agency's access to public information https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 is required to be an Argentine citizen. In addition, background attesting fitness for the exercise of the function must be submitted. The exercise of the function requires full-time and is incompatible with any other public or private activity except for part-time teaching. Any partisan activity is forbidden during the exercise of the function. No official in charge of the Agency's access to public information will have interest or links with the matters under its orbit in the conditions laid down by the law of ethics in the exercise of the public function, 25.188, its amendments and regulations. The proposed director will not have played elective or party office in the last five (5) years prior to the appointment.
ARTICLE 24. -Powers and functions. Powers and functions of the Agency's access to public information: to) designing the organic functional structure and appoint their agents plant; b) prepare its annual budget; (c) draw up and approve the regulation of access to public information applicable to all obligors; (d) implement a technological platform for the management of information and their corresponding answers requests; (e) require the obligors that modify or adapt its organization, procedures and systems of care to the public and reception of correspondence to the rules applicable for the purposes of complying with the purpose of this Act; (f) provide a channel of communication with the citizenship to provide advice on the requests of information public and, in particular, collaborating in the addressing of the asked and refinement of the search; (g) coordinate the work of them responsible of access to the information public designated by each one of them subject forced, in the terms of it planned in the article 30 of the present law; (h) develop and publish statistics periodical on requesting, information public requested, amount of non-eligibility and any other issue that allow the control citizen to it established by the present law; (i) publish periodically an index and list of frequently requested public information enabling you to address queries and requests for information by way of the official website of the computer network of the Agency's access to public information; (j) publish a report annual of accountability of Auditors of management; (k) develop criteria guiding e indicators of best practices intended to those subject required; (l) develop and present to the Honorable Congress of the nation proposals of reform legislative with regard to its area of competition; (m) apply to them subject forced records, reports, documents, background and any other element necessary to them effects of exercise your work; (n) disseminate them training that is carried to out to know them reaches of the present law; ((o) receive and resolve administrative claims which exceeded the applicants of public information pursuant to this Act with respect to all obliged, with the exception of those provided for in subparagraphs b) to f) of article 7 of the present, and publish the resolutions handed down in this context; (p) promote legal actions that correspond to which the Agency's access to public information has active procedural legitimation within the framework of its competence;
(https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 q) encourage relevant administrative sanctions the competent authorities relevant in cases of non-compliance with provisions of this law; r) celebrate cooperation agreements and contracts with public or private, national or foreign organizations, within the scope of their competence, for the fulfilment of its functions; (s) publish confidential information indexes prepared by the obligors.
ARTICLE 25. -Staff of the Agency's access to public information. The Agency's access to public information will have the technical and administrative staff that set the general budget of the National Administration Act.
ARTICLE 26. -Cessation of the director of the Agency's access to public information. The officer in charge of the Agency's access to public information shall cease full in its functions of mediating any of the following circumstances: to) resigns; (b) expiration of the mandate; (c) death; (d) be understood in any situation that you generate incompatibility or inability.
ARTICLE 27. -Removal of the director of the Agency's access to public information. The officer in charge of the Agency's access to public information will be removed for poor performance, by crime in the exercise of their functions or for common crimes. He power Executive national will take forward the procedure of removal of the director of the Agency of access to it information public, giving you intervention to a Commission bicameral of the Honorable Congress of the nation, that will be presided over by the President of the Senate and will be integrated by them Presidents of them commissions of affairs constitutional and of rights and guarantees of the Honorable camera of Senators of the nation and them of affairs constitutional and of freedom of expression of it Honorable Chamber of deputies of the nation, who will issue an opinion binding. Produced the vacancy, shall be the procedure laid down in article 21 of this law in one period not greater than thirty (30) days.
ARTICLE 28. -Organizations of access to public information in the legislature, the judiciary and the public prosecutors. In a maximum period of ninety (90) days from the publication of this law in the Official Gazette, the legislative branch, the Judicial power of the nation, the public prosecutor of the Ministry, the Public Ministry of Defense and the Council of the judiciary will be created, each one of them, a body with functional autonomy and powers and functions identical to the Agency's access to public information provided for in article 24 of the present law, that will act in the field of the body in which is created. The appointment of the director of each of these bodies should be done through open, public and transparent selection procedures which guarantee the suitability of the candidate.
ARTICLE 29. -Federal Council for transparency. Create is the Council Federal for the transparency, as Agency inter-jurisdictional of character permanent, that will have by object it cooperation technical and the concertation of political in matter of transparency and access to the information public. The Federal Council for transparency will be based in the Agency's access to public information, which you will receive administrative and technical support for its operation.
https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 the Federal Council for transparency will be integrated by one (1) representative from each of the provinces and one (1) representative of the city of Buenos Aires, which must be the most high-ranking officials in the matter of their respective jurisdictions. The Federal Council for transparency will be chaired by the director of the Agency's access to public information, who will convene meetings where the degree of progress in the field of active transparency and access to information in each of the jurisdictions will be evaluated every six months.
Chapter responsible for access to public information ARTICLE 30 V. -Responsible for access to public information. Each of the obligors shall appoint a person in charge of access to the public information that shall deal with requests for access to public information within their jurisdiction.
ARTICLE 31. -Functions of those responsible for access to public information. They will be functions of the access to public information, within the scope of their respective jurisdictions responsible for: to) and get to processing requests for access to public information, sending it to the relevant official; b) carry out the monitoring and control of the correct processing of requests for access to public information; (c) keep a record of requests for access to public information; (d) to promote the implementation of the resolutions drawn up by the Agency's access to public information; (e) provide assistance to applicants in the preparation of requests for access to public information and aim them at agencies or entities that could possess the required information; f) promote practices of transparency in public management and publication of information; (g) develop monthly reports to be submitted to the Agency for access to public information or to the bodies listed in article 28 of this law, as appropriate, on the number of applications received, the response times and requests answered and rejected; (h) publish, where applicable, the information that had been declassified; (i) inform and keep updated at different areas of the corresponding jurisdiction over the guard, conservation and archiving of information legislation and practices concerning such matters, with the publication of information and information processing system; j) participate in meetings convened by the Agency of access to public information; (k) all those that are necessary to ensure a correct implementation of the provisions of this law.
TITLE II active transparency ARTICLE 32. -Active transparency. (Obliged subjects listed in article 7 of this law, with the exception of those indicated in its subparagraphs i) and q), should facilitate the search and access to public information through the official website of the computer network, in a clear manner, https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 0
structured and understandable for them interested and trying to remove all barrier that obstructs or hinders its reuse from third. Also, the obligors shall be published in full, updated by digital media and open formats: to) an index of public information that is in its power in order to guide people in the exercise of the right of access to public information, indicating, in addition, where and how must be the request; (b) its structure organic and functions; (c) the payroll of authorities and personal of the plant permanent and transient u another mode of recruitment, including consultants, interns and personal hired in the framework of projects funded by agencies multilateral, detailing their respective functions and position in the ladder; (d) the salary scales, including the components and subcomponents of the total salary, corresponding to all categories of employees, staff, consultants, interns and hired; (e) the budget allocated to each area, program or function, the modifications during each fiscal year and running status updated on a quarterly basis until the last level of disaggregation is processed; (f) the transfer of funds from or directed to people human or legal, public or private and their beneficiaries; (g) the listing of them hires public, tenders, contests, works public and acquisitions of goods and services, specifying objectives, features, amounts and suppliers, as well as the partners and shareholders main, of them societies or companies providers; (h) any act or resolution of a general or particular character, especially standards which establish benefits for the public in general or to a sector, proceedings in which recorded the deliberation of a collegiate body, the verbatim and the legal and technical reports produced prior to the decision and which had served as a support or antecedent; (i) reports of audits or evaluations, internal or external, carried out previously, during or later, referring to the organism itself, its programs, projects and activities; (j) permits, concessions and authorizations granted and holders; (k) services that provides the body directly to the public, including rules, cards and care protocols to the customer; (I) all mechanism or procedure by means of which the public can present requests, access to the information or of any way participate or influence in the formulation of the political or the exercise of the powers of the subject forced; (m) information about the competent authority to receive requests for public information and the procedures provided for by this law to file claims with the refusal; (n) an index of formalities and procedures to be performed before the Agency, as well as requirements and allocation criteria for access to benefits; (or) mechanisms of presentation direct of requests or complaints to disposal of the public in relation to actions or omissions of the subject forced; (p) a guide containing information on their systems of maintenance documents, types and forms of information in their possession and the categories of information they publish; (q) the agreed, resolutions and statements that are required to be published pursuant to law 26.856; (r) information that responds to the requirements of public information carried out most frequently;
https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 s 1) the affidavits of those subjects bound to present them in their areas of action; (t) any other information that is useful or deemed relevant for the exercise of the right of access to public information. Access to all sections of the Official Gazette will be free over the Internet.
ARTICLE 33. -Regime more broad of advertising. Active transparency obligations contained in article 32 of this law, are understood without prejudice to the implementation of other specific provisions that they provide for a more comprehensive advertising regime.
ARTICLE 34. -Exceptions to the active transparency. For the purposes of compliance with the provisions of article 32 of this law, shall apply, where appropriate, exceptions to the right of access to the public information referred to in article 8 of this regulation and, especially, referred to information containing personal data.
TITLE III provisions of transitional ARTICLE 35 application. -Budget. Authorized the national executive power to make amendments and additions to the law on budget of expenditure and resources of the national administration for the current fiscal year on the aspects that are considered necessary for the implementation of this law. The incorporation of the necessary resources for the proper fulfilment of the functions of the Agency's access to public information must be provided in the budget for the subsequent year.
ARTICLE 36. -Adhesion. Invited to the provinces and the autonomous city of Buenos Aires to adhere to the provisions of this law.
ARTICLE 37. -Regulation. The national executive power shall regulate this law within ninety (90) days since its enactment.
ARTICLE 38. -Transitional clause 1. The provisions of this law shall become effective a year from its publication in the Official Gazette. Obligors will have the maximum period of one (1) year from the publication of this law in the Official Gazette, to adapt to the obligations contained therein. Within that period, they retain full force 1172, of December 3, 2003 decree, and the Decree 117, January 12, 2016, as well as all other legislation governing advertising of Government acts and the right of access to public information.
ARTICLE 39. -2 transitional clause. Until such taxable persons listed in article 7 of the present believe agencies provided for in article 28, the Agency's access to public information created by article 19 shall comply with such functions with respect to those who lack Agency.
https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 2 40 ARTICLE. -Communicate to the national executive power.
GIVEN IN THE CHAMBER OF THE CONGRESO ARGENTINO, BUENOS AIRES, FOURTEEN DAYS AFTER THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER TWO THOUSAND AND SIXTEEN YEAR.
-REGISTERED UNDER NO. 27275 - EMILIO MONZO. -FEDERICO PINEDO. -Eugenio Inchausti. -John p. Tunessi.
Publication date: 09-29-2016 https://www.boletinoficial.gob.ar/pdf/linkQR/VmdTK1UrdjZnekJycmZ0RFhoUThyQT09 3
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