The right to access information
The Right to Access Information Act (OG 25/13; OG 85/15) regulates the right to access information held, disposed of or supervised by public authorities, prescribes the principles of the right to access information, exceptions to the right to access information and the procedure for exercising and protecting the right to access information.
The aim of the Act is to enable and ensure the exercise of the right to access information to natural and legal persons through the openness and publicity of the activities of public authorities.
Applying for access to information
The right to information is exercised by submitting a request to CTR – Center for Development of Brod-Posavina County. If the request is submitted in writing, it is necessary to:
fill in the Information Access Request Form, or
if the form is not used, it is necessary to indicate that it is a Request for access to information (or emphasize that the request is submitted in accordance with the Law on the Right to Access Information).
The person in charge of receiving and resolving requests for exercising the right to access information is Ivana Rečić.
A request for exercising the right to access information may be submitted:
in writing, with the indication “Request for access to information” to the address: CTR – Center for Development of Brod-Posavina County, Trg pobjede 26 a, 35000 Slavonski Brod,
by e-mail to the address: email@example.com with e-mail address: Request for access to information
bring in person to the CTR – Center for Development of Brod-Posavina County on weekdays from 9:00 to 13:00.
A request for access to information, in order to be valid, must contain:
the name and seat of the public authority to which the request is submitted,
requested information (data that are important for identifying the requested information),
name and surname and full address of residence of the natural person submitting the application,
the company, ie the name of the legal entity and its registered office.
The applicant is not obliged to state the reasons for requesting access to information, and in the request he may also propose the manner in which the public authority will make the information available. Incomplete requests cannot be submitted to the procedure.
The public authority is entitled to reimbursement of the actual material costs from the applicant in connection with the provision and delivery of the requested information. It is not considered a request for access to information to seek insight into the entire case file, explanations or instructions related to the exercise of a right or performance of an obligation, analysis or interpretation of a regulation, as well as the creation of new information.