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Lebanon: Access to Information Law Stalled

Expand Lebanese members of parliament attend a general parliament discussion in downtown Beirut, Lebanon October 17, 2017 © 2017 Reuters/Mohamed Azakir (Beirut) – Lebanese authorities have largely failed to comply with the country’s Right to Access to Information Law, and the government has not established the body designated to oversee its implementation nearly three years after its passage, Human Rights Watch said today.  The law obligates all government bodies, public institutions, and institutions that perform public functions – collectively referred to as “the administrations” – to publish…

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