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INAI will analyze AMLO’s new decree to guarantee the right to access to information

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INAI will analyze AMLO’s order to guarantee the right to access to information Photo: EFE / Mario Guzmán

Mexico’s President Andres Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) issued a decree on the night of Monday 22 November, obliging all federal agencies to do so. government projects approved, Now considered national security.

Criticism has come not only from the opposition, journalists or political analysts and experts on the subject, as institutions have also joined in protecting public information, from their own trenches.

Such is the case of the National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI), which, for its part, reported that it would conduct an in-depth analysis of the agreement, aimed at “guarantees that the right to access information And the principle of maximum publicity is not violated.”

In a statement published through the organization’s official social network, he warned that within his article you can first View reserved information related to all projects which are marked there.

(Photo: Cuartoscoro)
(Photo: Cuartoscoro)

According to the decree published through the Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF), these are projects or works connected with all sectors of communication, telecommunications, customs, border, hydraulic, water, environment, tourism, health, railways, railways, etc. Energy modalities, ports and airports.

It would also include those “considered by virtue of their object, characteristics, nature, complexity and magnitude”. priority or strategic for national development,

“As “national security” is one of the reasons for the reservation of information provided for in Article 110, Section I, Federal Law of Transparency and Access to Public Information, INAI warns that the agencies of the Administration and entities Federal public authorities may, in general, reserve information relating to projects and works that the government undertakes”, reported INAI.

The National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI) stated that they will conduct an in-depth analysis of the agreement with the aim of guaranteeing that
The National Institute of Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI) stated that they “will analyze the agreement in depth with the aim of guaranteeing that the right to access to information and the principle of maximum publicity is not violated.” goes” Photo: Andrea Murcia /CUARTOSCURO.COM

In view of this, transparency officials pointed out, their special areas are already studying the scope of the controversial decree. They said they would do separate searches if necessary.”legal avenues work to ensure that right to access information The company is guaranteed, without any restrictions”.

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In this context, INAI, as a guarantor of the right to access to information, recalled that it has the right to enforce compliance. Common law of transparency and access to public information.

Through the above, he revealed, a rigorous assessment will be made Is the AMLO Decree not contrary to what is established in this regulatory framework.

INAI will analyze AMLO's decree to guarantee right to access information PHOTO: PRESIDENCIA / CUARTOSCURO.COM
INAI will analyze AMLO’s decree to guarantee right to access to information PHOTO: PRESIDENCIA / CUARTOSCURO.COM

According to the document, this decree was made under the protection of various articles of the political constitution, such as No. 26, which established that the state would be in charge of a democratic planning system of national development.

The previous one, indicating the said article, should be printed “Persistence, Mobility, Competition, Sustainability and Equality in Development Political, social and cultural democratization of the economy and the nation“.

In this context, the Mexican President also recognized that Mexico “needs infrastructure to fuel its development in an inclusive manner and to bring opportunities to the most backward regions.”

Finally, the President added to the said decree that thanks to this, “the Administration of the Fourth Transformation will be able to continue the path aimed at promoting and consolidating the projects that help us as a nation to achieve economic growth.” will lead and with it, achieve economic development, social welfare”.

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