Freedom of Information Center of Armenia.

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07.09.2011 - Ministerial Revenues 2010

On 30 August, 2011 the State Revenue Committee adjunct to the ARM Government provided the Freedom of Information Center of Armenia with excerpts containing the data included in the property and revenue declarations of all the ARM ministers.

06.09.2011 - Revenues of Regional Administrators 2010

On 30 August, 2011 the State Revenue Committee adjunct to the ARM Government provided the Freedom of Information Center of Armenia with excerpts containing the data included in the property and revenue declarations of all the ARM Regional Administrators

25.07.2011 - Procurement of the stationary supplies at the ministries during the years 2009-2011

On November 27, 2010 and on May 25, 2011, the Freedom of Information Center (FOIC) sent information requests to all ministries of the Republic of Armenia asking them about the 2010 and 2011 state budget allocations for expenses on stationary supplies (paper, pen, envelopes, folders, etc.) of the ministries and how much money was spent for purchasing stationary supplies in 2009 and 2010.

14.07.2011 - Black List: 10 Year’s Digest, 2001-2011 July

Since 2001 the Freedom of Information Center has been publishing a Black List, which includes those state bodies and officials who violate human access to information right.

12.07.2011 - The Implementation Practice of the Access to Information Right: Second Quarter, 2011

During the second quarter of 2011 (April-June) the Freedom of Information Center of Armenia and a number of citizens sent 120 written and electronic information requests to state governance and local self-government bodies. Out of 120 inquiries 87 (72%) were fully answered (the percentage of fully answered inquiries for the previous quarter was 88%).

08.05.2011 - The Practice of Implementing the Access to Information Right 2011 First Quarter

On 10 May, 2011 Freedom of Information Center of Armenia published the practice of implementing the access to information right in the first quarter of 2011.

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