Mexico Starts Freedom of Information Act

SomeOne writes "This Associated Press Story says The first-ever Mexican freedom of information law takes effect Thursday, designed to expose the government and its once closely guarded records and secrets to greater public scrutiny.

The new law requires all branches of government to provide copies of public documents--from government employees' salaries to details about public programs and government contracts--within 20 days of any citizen's request.

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