- Everyone has the right of access to public information without the need to explain the reasons.
- Everyone has the right of access to public information, through an authentic document or by obtaining its copy in a form or format that enables full access to the content of the document.
- The request for information shall be made in writing and submitted personally, by courier, electronic mail, by accurately stating the identify and bearing the signature of the requesting party.
- The request for information shall contain: (Name and family name of the applicant; mail address or e-mail where the information should be sent; description of the required information; the preferred format of information).
- Any data the applicant considers that might help in identifying the required information.
- Any person deeming that his/her rights provided by this law are violated, shall be entitled to file an administrative complaint with the Commissioner for the Right to Information and Protection of Personal Data, in compliance with this law and the Code of Administrative Procedures.
- The administrative complaint with the Commissioner for the Right to Information and Protection of Personal Data shall be filed within 30 business days from the date: the applicant has received notification on the refusal of information;
- The deadline to disclose information, provided by law, has expired.
- The request for information shall be handled by the National Territorial Planning Agency, as soon as possible, but no later than 10 business days from its submission, unless the special law provides otherwise.
- Where the request is unclear in its content or nature, NTPA shall immediately contact the applicant to make the necessary clarifications, but in any case, no later than 48 hours from the date of the request submission.
- If, after the review of the request, the public authority ascertains that it does not possess the requested information, this authority shall, no later than 10 calendar days from the date of the request submission, forward it to the competent authority, by simultaneously notifying the applicant as well.
- Public administration services are provided free of charge.
- The disclosure of information may be made against a previously determined tariff made public by the public authority on its website and in the public reception venues.
- The citizens regularly registered in the social aid schemes as well as the beneficiary entities, according to Law No 10 039, dated 22/12/2008 “On legal aid”, as amended, shall benefit the information free of charge, up to a certain number of pages for each request, or to the equivalent value where the information is provided in another format.
- The right to information shall be limited only to the cases provided for in Article 17 of Law No 119/2014 “On the right to information”.
The Demand Model "For Providing Information / Documentation"
The Complaint Model "For Providing Information / Documentation"