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Follow up of civil society to the Quebec Action Plan: Report of Trinidad and Tobago: Access to information

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Title: Follow up of civil society to the Quebec Action Plan: Report of Trinidad and Tobago: Access to information
País: Trinidad / Tobago
Fuente: Fuente: <a href="http://www.sociedadcivil.org/" target="_blank"> Participación Ciudadana para la Cumbre de las Américas</a>Fuente: <a href="http://www.sociedadcivil.org/" target="_blank"> Participación Ciudadana para la Cumbre de las Américas</a>
Reseña: While the right to know (free access to information) is not enshrined in the Trinidad and Tobago Constitution, it is a citizen’s basic right and is essential for good management of the government and the economy.Trinidad and Tobago can boast to being one of the first countries in the region to introduce a Freedom of Information Act. This act, passed in Parliament in 1999, came into effect in 2001. It aims to allow the public right to freedom of access to information.


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