The officer in charge of information shall examine the application for information that falls under the scope of exceptions and shall classify the categories of information which fall under prohibitive provisions and those which do not.
The officer in charge of information shall decide to provide information to the applicant as follows:
1. Information already disseminated publicly as specified in Article 2 of Chapter 2 of this law or copy of the part thereof, which is not confidential information;
2. Notifying to the applicant about the fact of cutting out information deemed as confidential information by providing reasons of doing so and other reasons related to prohibitive provisions;
3. Information related to duties and responsibilities of political officers of the public institutions and civil servants of public administration;
4. Information related to trade thatthe right holder has declaimed or agreed to grant to public institutions for public use purposes.