Right-to-know rules

Right-to-know rules – in most countries, this term refers to the legal rights, given to the citizens in the Administrative procedures, where they are entitled to claim precise information at the Authorities about important public matters. Usually such information is given on the base of concrete oral or written application, where the applicant points what information they require, and the form on which they need it delivered – for example on a paper or electronic source, etc.

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