CHAPTER III-PROCEDURES OF REQUESTING AND PROVIDING INFORMATION-Article 15
Public institutions may deny providing information to applicant based on the following conditions:
1. Requested information is under prohibited as specified in Article 20 of this law;
2. Requester failing to fully fill in the application forms as stated in article 11 of this law;
3. Applicant intends to obstruct the operation of the public institutions.
4. Requested information has recently been provided by public institutions to applicant within a period of 90 days;
5. Affecting the quality or the maintenance of the recorded information held by public institutions.
All Comments:Uth Sophea email@example.com 1) For the 1st point, requesting to remove “intention to disturb—the public institutions may deny in supplying information in case it is learnt that the information demander intends to disturb”. The term “intention to disturb” could be used as an excuse to not provide the information. Another reason to remove this language is that it could be used to have applicant punished.
2) Requesting to reduce the timeframe from four months to one month only. In the law, it is stipulated that the applicant would receive the requested information in case the information has been recently provided by the public institution within four months.
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