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Airteagal 42 - An ceart chun rochtain a fháil ar dhoiciméid

Airteagal 42 - An ceart chun rochtain a fháil ar dhoiciméid

Tá ag gach saoránach den Aontas agus ag gach duine nádúrtha nó dlítheanach a chónaíonn nó a bhfuil a oifig chláraithe aige i mBallstát an ceart chun rochtain a fháil ar dhoiciméid de chuid institiúidí, chomhlachtaí, oifigí agus ghníomhaireachtaí an Aontais, is cuma cén meán ina bhfuil siad.

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    An ceart a ráthaítear san Airteagal seo, is as Airteagal 255 de Chonradh CE, a ndearnadh Rialachán (CE) 1049/2001 a ghlacadh ar a bhonn ina dhiaidh sin, a eascraíonn sé. Tá an Coinbhinsiún Eorpach tar éis an ceart seo a leathnú ionas go mbainfidh sé le doiciméid de chuid institiúidí, comhlachtaí agus gníomhaireachtaí i gcoitinne, beag beann ar a bhfoirm (féach Airteagal 15(3) den Chonradh ar Fheidhmiú an Aontais Eorpaigh. I gcomhréir le hAirteagal 52(2) den Chairt, feidhmítear an ceart chun rochtain a fháil ar dhoiciméid faoi na coinníollacha agus laistigh de na teorainneacha dá bhforáiltear in Airteagal 15(3) den Chonradh ar Fheidhmiú an Aontais Eorpaigh.

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    Iris Oifigiúil an Aontais Eorpaigh C 303/17 - 14.12.2007

    Preamble - Explanations relating to the Charter of Fundamental Rights:
    Ullmhaíodh na mínithe seo i dtosach faoi údarás Praesidium an Choinbhinsiúin a dhréachtaigh an Chairt um Chearta Bunúsacha an Aontais Eorpaigh. Tugadh suas chun dáta iad faoi chúram Praesidium an Choinbhinsiúin Eorpaigh i bhfianaise na gcoigeartuithe dréachtaithe a rinne an Coinbhinsiún sin ar théacs na Cairte (go háirithe ar Airteagail 51 agus 52) agus i bhfianaise an fhoráis a tháinig ar dhlí an Aontais. Cé nach bhfuil stádas dlí acu iontu féin, is mór is fiú iad mar uirlis léirithe arb é is aidhm di forálacha na Cairte a shoiléiriú.

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  • The Freedom of the Press Act

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    Documents and Laws (the full texts of the four constitutional laws can be found at the end of the webpage under "Laws")
    Country:
    Sweden

    Chapter 1 - On the freedom of press: Article 1 The freedom of the press is understood to mean the right of every Swedish citizen to publish written matter, without prior hindrance by a public authority or other public body, and not to be prosecuted thereafter on grounds of its content other than before a lawful court, or punished therefore other than because the content contravenes an express provision of law, enacted to preserve public order without suppressing information to the public. In accordance with the principles set out in paragraph one concerning freedom of the press for all, and to secure the free exchange of opinion and availability of comprehensive information, every Swedish citizen shall be free, subject to the rules contained in this Act for the protection of private rights and public safety, to express his or her thoughts and opinions in print, to publish official documents and to communicate information and intelligence on any subject whatsoever. All persons shall likewise be free, unless otherwise provided in this Act, to communicate information and intelligence on any subject whatsoever, for the purpose of publication in print, to an author or other person who may be deemed to be the originator of material contained in such printed matter, the editor or special editorial office, if any, of the printed matter, or an enterprise which professionally provides news or other information to periodical publications. All persons shall furthermore have the right, unless otherwise provided in this Act, to procure information and intelligence on any subject whatsoever, for the purpose of publication in print, or in order to communicate information under the preceding paragraph.

  • Tryckfrihetsförordning (1949:105)

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    Tryckfrihetsförordning (1949:105)
    Country:
    Sweden

    1 kapitlet - Om tryckfrihet: 1 § Med tryckfrihet förstås varje svensk medborgares rätt att, utan några av myndighet eller annat allmänt organ i förväg lagda hinder, utgiva skrifter, att sedermera endast inför laglig domstol kunna tilltalas för deras innehåll, och att icke i annat fall kunna straffas därför, än om detta innehåll strider mot tydlig lag, given att bevara allmänt lugn, utan att återhålla allmän upplysning. I överensstämmelse med de i första stycket angivna grunderna för en allmän tryckfrihet och till säkerställande av ett fritt meningsutbyte och en allsidig upplysning skall det stå varje svensk medborgare fritt att, med iakttagande av de bestämmelser som äro i denna förordning meddelade till skydd för enskild rätt och allmän säkerhet, i tryckt skrift yttra sina tankar och åsikter, offentliggöra allmänna handlingar samt meddela uppgifter och underrättelser i vad ämne som helst. Det skall ock stå envar fritt att, i alla de fall då ej annat är i denna förordning föreskrivet, meddela uppgifter och underrättelser i vad ämne som helst för offentliggörande i tryckt skrift till författare eller annan som är att anse som upphovsman till framställning i skriften, till skriftens utgivare eller, om för skriften finnes särskild redaktion, till denna eller till företag för yrkesmässig förmedling av nyheter eller andra meddelanden till periodiska skrifter. Vidare skall envar äga rätt att, om ej annat följer av denna förordning, anskaffa uppgifter och underrättelser i vad ämne som helst för att offentliggöra dem i tryckt skrift eller för att lämna meddelande som avses i föregående stycke. Lag (1976:955).

  • Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia

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    Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia
    Country:
    Slovenia

    Article 39 (Freedom of Expression) Freedom of expression of thought, freedom of speech and public appearance, freedom of the press, and other forms of public communication and expression shall be guaranteed. Everyone may freely collect, receive, and disseminate information and opinions. Except in such cases as are provided by law, everyone has the right to obtain information of a public nature in which he has a well founded legal interest under law.

  • Ustava Republike Slovenije

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    Ustava Republike Slovenije
    Country:
    Slovenia

    39. člen (svoboda izražanja) Zagotovljena je svoboda izražanja misli, govora in javnega nastopanja, tiska in drugih oblik javnega obveščanja in izražanja. Vsakdo lahko svobodno zbira, sprejema in širi vesti in mnenja. Vsakdo ima pravico dobiti informacijo javnega značaja, za katero ima v zakonu utemeljen pravni interes, razen v primerih, ki jih določa zakon.

  • Constitution of the Slovak Republic

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    Constitution of the Slovak Republic
    Country:
    Slovakia

    Article 26 (1) The freedom of speech and the right to information are guaranteed. (...) (4) The freedom of speech and the right to seek out and disseminate information may be restricted by law, if such a measure is necessary in a democratic society to protect the rights and freedoms of others, the State security, public order, or public health and morals. (5) Public authority bodies are obliged to provide information on their activities in an appropriate manner and in the state language. The conditions and the manner of execution shall be laid down by law.

  • Ústava Slovenskej republiky

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    Ústava Slovenskej republiky
    Country:
    Slovakia

    Čl. 26 (1) Sloboda prejavu a právo na informácie sú zaručené. (...) (4) Slobodu prejavu a právo vyhľadávať a šíriť informácie možno obmedziť zákonom, ak ide o opatrenia v demokratickej spoločnosti nevyhnutné na ochranu práv a slobôd iných, bezpečnosť štátu, verejného poriadku, ochranu verejného zdravia a mravnosti. (5) Orgány verejnej moci majú povinnosť primeraným spôsobom poskytovať informácie o svojej činnosti v štátnom jazyku. Podmienky a spôsob vykonania ustanoví zákon.

  • Constituição da República Portuguesa

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    Constituição da República Portuguesa
    Country:
    Portugal

    Artigo 268.º (Direitos e garantias dos administrados) 1. Os cidadãos têm o direito de ser informados pela Administração, sempre que o requeiram, sobre o andamento dos processos em que sejam directamente interessados, bem como o de conhecer as resoluções definitivas que sobre eles forem tomadas. 2. Os cidadãos têm também o direito de acesso aos arquivos e registos administrativos, sem prejuízo do disposto na lei em matérias relativas à segurança interna e externa, à investigação criminal e à intimidade das pessoas. Artigo 35.º (Utilização da informática) 1. Todos os cidadãos têm o direito de acesso aos dados informatizados que lhes digam respeito, podendo exigir a sua rectificação e actualização, e o direito de conhecer a finalidade a que se destinam, nos termos da lei.  Artigo 48.º (Participação na vida pública) 2. Todos os cidadãos têm o direito de ser esclarecidos objectivamente sobre actos do Estado e demais entidades públicas e de ser informados pelo Governo e outras autoridades acerca da gestão dos assuntos públicos.

  • Constitution of the Portuguese Republic

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    Constitution of the Portuguese Republic
    Country:
    Portugal

    Article 268 (Citizens’ rights and guarantees) (1) Citizens have the right to be informed by the Administration, whenever they so request, as to the progress of the procedures and cases in which they are directly interested, together with the right to be made aware of the definitive decisions that are taken in relation to them. (2) Without prejudice to the law governing matters concerning internal and external security, criminal investigation and personal privacy, citizens also have the right of access to administrative files and records. Article 35 (Use of information technology) (1) Every citizen has the right of access to all computerised data that concern him, which he may require to be corrected and updated, and the right to be informed of the purpose for which they are intended, as laid down by law. Article 48 (participation in public life) (2) Every citizen has the right to objective information about the activities of the State and other public bodies and to be informed by the Government and other authorities about the management of public affairs.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Poland

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    Constituion of the Republic of Poland
    Country:
    Poland

    Article 61.1. A citizen shall have the right to obtain information on the activities of organs of public authority as well as persons discharging public functions. Such right shall also include receipt of information on the activities of self-governing economic or professional organs and other persons or organizational units relating to the field in which they perform the duties of public authorities and manage communal assets or property of the State Treasury. 2. The right to obtain information shall ensure access to documents and entry to sittings of collective organs of public authority formed by universal elections, with the opportunity to make sound and visual recordings.3. Limitations upon the rights referred to in paras. 1 and 2 above, may be imposed by statute solely to protect freedoms and rights of other persons and economic subjects, public order, security or important economic interests of the State.4. The procedure for the provision of information, referred to in paras. 1 and 2 above shall be specified by statute, and regarding the Sejm and the Senate by their rules of procedure.

  • Konstytucja Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej

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    Konstytucja Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej
    Country:
    Poland

    Art. 61. 1. Obywatel ma prawo do uzyskiwania informacji o działalności organów władzy publicznej oraz osób pełniących funkcje publiczne. Prawo to obejmuje również uzyskiwanie informacji o działalności organów samorządu gospodarczego i zawodowego a także innych osób oraz jednostek organizacyjnych w zakresie, w jakim wykonują one zadania władzy publicznej i gospodarują mieniem komunalnym lub majątkiem Skarbu Państwa. 2. Prawo do uzyskiwania informacji obejmuje dostęp do dokumentów oraz wstęp na posiedzenia kolegialnych organów władzy publicznej pochodzących z powszechnych wyborów, z możliwością rejestracji dźwięku lub obrazu. 3. Ograniczenie prawa, o którym mowa w ust. 1 i 2, może nastąpić wyłącznie ze względu na określone w ustawach ochronę wolności i praw innych osób i podmiotów gospodarczych oraz ochronę porządku publicznego, bezpieczeństwa lub ważnego interesu gospodarczego państwa. 4. Tryb udzielania informacji, o których mowa w ust. 1 i 2, określają ustawy, a w odniesieniu do Sejmu i Senatu ich regulaminy.

  • Magyarország Alaptörvénye

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    Magyarország Alaptörvénye
    Country:
    Hungary

    VI. cikk (SZABADSÁG ÉS FELELŐSSÉG) […] (2) Mindenkinek joga van személyes adatai védelméhez, valamint a közérdekű adatok megismeréséhez és terjesztéséhez. (3) A személyes adatok védelméhez és a közérdekű adatok megismeréséhez való jog érvényesülését sarkalatos törvénnyel létrehozott, független hatóság ellenőrzi.

  • The Fundamental Law of Hungary

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    The Fundamental Law of Hungary
    Country:
    Hungary

    Article VI (Freeom and Responsibility) […] (2) Everyone shall have the right to the protection of his or her personal data, as well as to access and disseminate data of public interest. (3) The application of the right to the protection of personal data and to access data of public interest shall be supervised by an independent authority established by a cardinal Act.

  • Constitution of the Hellenic Republic

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    Constitution of the Hellenic Republic
    Country:
    Greece

    Article 5A (2) All persons have the right to participate in the Information Society. Facilitation of access to electronically transmitted information, as well as of the production, exchange and diffusion thereof, constitutes an obligation of the State, always in observance of the guarantees of articles 9, 9A and 19 [...] Article 10 (3) The competent service or authority is obliged to reply to requests for the provision of information and for the supply of documents, especially certificates, supporting documents and attestations, within a set deadline not exceeding 60 days, as specified by law. In case this deadline elapses without action or in case of unlawful refusal, in addition to any other sanctions and consequences at law, special monetary compensation is also paid to the applicant, as specified by law. [...]

  • Constitution of the Hellenic Republic

    Country:
    Greece

    Article 10(...) 3. The competent service or authority is obliged to reply to requests for information and for issuing gocuments, especially certificates, supporting documents and attestations within a set deadline not exceeding 60 days, as specified by law. In case this deadline elapses without action or in case of unlawful refusal, in addition to any other sanctions and consequences at law, special compensation is also paid to the applicant, as specified by law.

  • Το Σύνταγμα της Ελλάδας

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    Το Σύνταγμα της Ελλάδας
    Country:
    Greece

    Άρθρο 5Α (2) Καθένας έχει δικαίωμα συμμετοχής στην Κοινωνία της Πληροφορίας. Η διευκόλυνση της πρόσβασης στις πληροφορίες που διακινούνται ηλεκτρονικά, καθώς και της παραγωγής, ανταλλαγής και διάδοσής τους αποτελεί υποχρέωση του Κράτους, τηρουμένων πάντοτε των εγγυήσεων των άρθρων 9, 9Α και 19 [...] Άρθρο 10 (3) Η αρμόδια υπηρεσία ή αρχή υποχρεούται να απαντά στα αιτήματα για παροχή πληροφοριών και χορήγηση εγγράφων, ιδίως πιστοποιητικών, δικαιολογητικών και βεβαιώσεων μέσα σε ορισμένη προθεσμία, όχι μεγαλύτερη των 60 ημερών, όπως νόμος ορίζει. Σε περίπτωση παρόδου άπρακτης της προθεσμίας αυτής ή παράνομης άρνησης, πέραν των άλλων τυχόν κυρώσεων και έννομων συνεπειών, καταβάλλεται και ειδική χρηματική ικανοποίηση στον αιτούντα, όπως νόμος ορίζει.

  • Constitution of the French Republic

    Country:
    France

    Article 15 The President of the Republic shall be commander-in-chief of the armed forces. He shall preside over the higher national defence councils and committees.

  • Constitution of Finland

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    Constitution of Finland
    Country:
    Finland

    Section 12 Freedom of expression and the right of access to information (...) Documents and recordings in the possession of the authorities are public, unless their publication has for compelling reasons been specifically restricted by an Act. Everyone has the right of access to public documents and recordings. Section 47 Parliamentary right to receive information The Parliament has the right to receive from the Government the information it needs in the consideration of matters. The appropriate Minister shall ensure that Committees and other parliamentary organs receive without delay the necessary documents and other information in the possession of the authorities. (...) A Representative has the right to information which is in the possession of authorities and which is necessary for the performance of the duties of the Representative, in so far as the information is not secret or it does not pertain to a State budget proposal under preparation. In addition, the right of the Parliament to information on international affairs is governed by the provisions included elsewhere in this Constitution.

  • Suomen perustuslaki

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    Suomen perustuslaki
    Country:
    Finland

    12 § Sananvapaus ja julkisuus (...) Viranomaisen hallussa olevat asiakirjat ja muut tallenteet ovat julkisia, jollei niiden julkisuutta ole välttämättömien syiden vuoksi lailla erikseen rajoitettu. Jokaisella on oikeus saada tieto julkisesta asiakirjasta ja tallenteesta. 47 § Eduskunnan tietojensaantioikeus Eduskunnalla on oikeus saada valtioneuvostolta asioiden käsittelyssä tarvitsemansa tiedot. Asianomaisen ministerin tulee huolehtia siitä, että valiokunta tai muu eduskunnan toimielin saa viipymättä tarvitsemansa viranomaisen hallussa olevat asiakirjat ja muut tiedot. (...) Kansanedustajalla on oikeus saada viranomaiselta tämän hallussa olevia edustajantoimen hoitamiseksi tarpeellisia tietoja, jotka eivät ole salassa pidettäviä eivätkä koske valmisteilla olevaa valtion talousarvioesitystä. Eduskunnan oikeudesta saada tietoja kansainvälisissä asioissa on lisäksi voimassa, mitä siitä muualla tässä perustuslaissa säädetään.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Estonia

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     Constitution of the Republic of Estonia
    Country:
    Estonia

    Article 44. Everyone is entitled to free access to information disseminated for public use. Pursuant to a procedure provided by law, all government agencies, local authorities, and their officials have a duty to provide information about their activities to any citizen of Estonia at his or her request, except for information whose disclosure is prohibited by law and information intended exclusively for internal use. Pursuant to a procedure provided by law, any citizen of Estonia is entitled to access information about himself or herself held by government agencies and local authorities and in government and local authority archives. This right may be circumscribed pursuant to law to protect the rights and freedoms of others, to protect the confidentiality of a child’s filiation, and in the interests of preventing a criminal offence, apprehending the offender, or of ascertaining the truth in a criminal case. Unless otherwise provided by law, citizens of foreign states and stateless persons in Estonia enjoy the rights specified in paragraphs two and three of this section equally with citizens of Estonia. Article 51. Everyone has the right to address government agencies, local authorities, and their officials in Estonian and to receive responses in Estonian. In localities where at least one half of the permanent residents belong to a national minority, everyone has the right to receive responses from government agencies, local authorities and their officials also in the language of the national minority.

  • Constitution of the Republic of Croatia

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    Constitution of the Republic of Croatia
    Country:
    Croatia

    Article 38 (4) The right to access to information held by any public authority shall be guaranteed. Restrictions on the right to access to information must be proportionate to the nature of the need for such restriction in each individual case and necessary in a free and democratic society, as stipulated by law.

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