FEDERAL TRANSPARENCY AND ACCESS TO PUBLIC GOVERNMENT INFORMATION LAW

FEDERAL TRANSPARENCY AND ACCESS TO PUBLIC GOVERNMENT INFORMATION LAW

26 Pages · 2002 · 253 KB · English

[translation by carlota mcallister] federal transparency and access to public government information law first section stipulations common to subjects compelled by

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[Translation by Carlota McAllister] FEDERAL TRANSPARENCY AND ACCESS TO PUBLIC GOVERNMENT INFORMATION LAW FIRST SECTION STIPULATIONS COMMON TO SUBJECTS COMPELLED BY THE ACT Chapter I General Stipulations Article 1 This Law is public in nature Its purpose is to provide that which is necessary to guarantee the access of all persons to the information held by the Government Powers of the Union, the autonomous constitutional bodies or those with legal autonomy, and any other federal entity Article 2 All government information to which this Law refers is public, and private persons will have access to this information as the Law stipulates Article 3 For purpose of this Law the following definitions will apply: I Committees : The Information Committees of each of the agencies and entities mentioned in Article 29 of this Law or the head of those mentioned in Article 31; II Personal information : The information concerning a physical person, identified or identifiable, including that concerning his ethnic or racial origin, or referring to his physical, moral or emotional characteristics, his sentimental and family life, domicile, telephone number, patrimony, ideology and political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs or convictions, his physical or mental state of health, his sexual preferences, or any similar information that might affect his privacy; III Documents: Files, reports, studies, acts, rulings, official letters, correspondence, decisions, directives, circulars, contracts, agreements, instructions, notes, memoranda, statistics or indeed any other record that documents the exercise of functions or activity of the subjects and public servants compelled by the Law, without regard to their source or date of manufacture The documents may be in any form: written, printed, sound, visual, electronic, computer data or holographic; IV Agencies and entities : Those indicated in the Constitutional Federal Public Administration Law, including the President of the Republic, and decentralized administrative institutions, such as the Office of the Attorney General of the Republic; V Information : That contained in the documents that subjects compelled by the Law generate, obtain, acquire, transform or preserve under any title; VI Classified Information : That information temporarily covered by one of the exemptions outlined in Articles 13 and 14 of this Law; VII Institute: The Federal Institute of Access to Information established in Article 33 of this Law; VIII Law: The Federal Transparency and Access to Public Government Information Law; IX Autonomous constitutional bodies: The Federal Electoral Institute, the National Commission for Human Rights, the Bank of Mexico, the universities and other superior educational institutions to which the law grants autonomy as well as any others named in the Political Constitution of the United States of Mexico; X Regulations: The Regulations of the Federal Transparency and Access to Public Government Information Law that govern the Federal Executive Power; XI Public Servants : Those mentioned in the first paragraph of the Constitution’s Article 108 and all other persons who manage or distribute public federal resources; XII National Security : Actions designed to protect the integrity, stability and permanence of the Mexican State, the democratic governability, external defense and internal security of the Federation, and which are aimed at promoting the general well being of society and furthering the goals of the constitutional State; XIII Personal information system: The ordered entirety of the personal information possessed by a subject compelled by the Law XIV Subjects compelled by the Law:

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