Amended Croatian FOA Law Came Into Force in August

2 October 2015

Amendments to the Croatian freedom of information law became effective in August.

The most significant changes concern the reuse of the public sector information and open data. Among other things, the law mandates establishment of an open data portal.

“E-counselling” has become obligatory.

In addition, the restrictions FOI were clarified and an abuse of FOI provisions was added.

See the amendments alone (in Croatian) and also incorporated (unofficially) into the law (in Croatian).

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