1. The right to access to information is the right of the individual to have access to information held by the public authorities. Peled and Rabin identified four major justifications for the constitutional protection of the right to access to information: the political-democratic justification, the instrumental justification, the proprietary justification and the oversight justification (Peled and Rabin 359–370). 2. The right to access to information is a precondition for the proper conduct of democracy (the political-democratic justification) (Peled and Rabin...
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