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JCR. 2020; 7(13): 433-435


THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION AS A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT OF A CITIZEN

Nataliya Zaiats, Nataliia Lazniuk, Oksana Gorova, Liudmyla Khoinatska.

Abstract
The article considers the concept of “the right to information” and researches the constitutional and legal aspects of ensuring citizens’ access to information. The level of democracy depends on the extent to which the country can fully realize its personal (civil), political, economic, social, and cultural rights. One of the personal rights of citizens is the right to information, because another feature of a democratic state is freedom of information. It is obvious that the realization of social, economic and other rights is impossible without the free distribution of information. The right of citizens to information is an independent constitutional right that allows a person to freely search for, receive, transfer, create and distribute information by any lawful means. The differentiation between the right to information and the right to access the information is considered.

Key words: right; access; society; information; citizen; constitutional right.



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