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Flying Dragon Seeking Freedom of Information: A Critique of Chinese OGI Regulations
Unformatted Document Text:  accurately.‖ 44 The Regulations give a detailed list of what should be disseminated without requests being necessary for various levels of government. For example, ―structure, func tion and working procedures ‖ should be disclosed for any level of government agencies. 45 Such information must be disclosed ―within 20 business days‖ from the date the information is formed or changed. 46 The law enumerates 11 categories of information that needs to be disclosed affirmatively for the governments at the county level and above. 47 Such information includes ―reports on financial budgets and final accounts‖ and approval and implementation of ―major construction projects.‖ 48 Likewise four categories of such information are enumerated for the governments at the city level . Such information includes ―land requisition or land appropriation, household demolition and resettlement,‖ ―subsidy funds,‖ ―social donations,‖ 44 Article 6, Chapter I, Regulations of the People’s Republic of China on Open Government Information. Retrieved at: < http://www.law.yale.edu/documents/pdf/Intellectual_Life/Ch_OGI_Regualtions_ Eng_Final_051607.pdf >. (last visited 03/31/2011). 45 Article 9, Chapter II., Regulations of the People’s Republic of China on Open Government Information. Retrieved at: < http://www.law.yale.edu/documents/pdf/Intellectual_Life/Ch_OGI_Regualtions_ Eng_Final_051607.pdf >. (last visited 03/31/2011). 46 Article 18, Chapter III, Regulations of the People’s Republic of China on Open Government Information. Retrieved at: < http://www.law.yale.edu/documents/pdf/Intellectual_Life/Ch_OGI_Regualtions_ Eng_Final_051607.pdf >. (last visited 03/31/2011). 47 Id. 48 Article 10, Chapter II., Regulations of the People’s Republic of China on Open Government Information. Retrieved at: < http://www.law.yale.edu/documents/pdf/Intellectual_Life/Ch_OGI_Regualtions_ Eng_Final_051607.pdf >. (last visited 03/31/2011).

Authors: Tang, Yong. and Martin, Halstuk.
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accurately.‖
44
 The Regulations give a detailed list of what should be disseminated 
without requests being necessary for various levels of government. For example, 
―structure, func
tion and working procedures
‖ 
should be disclosed for any level of 
government agencies.
45
 Such information must 
be disclosed ―within 20 business 
days‖ from the date the information is formed or changed.
46
 
The law enumerates 11 categories of information that needs to be disclosed 
affirmatively for the governments at the county level and above.
47
 Such 
information includes 
―reports on financial budgets and final accounts‖ and
 
approval and implementation of ―major construction projects.‖
48
 Likewise four 
categories of such information are enumerated for the governments at the city 
level
. Such information includes ―land requisition or land appropriation, 
household demolition and resettlement,‖ ―subsidy funds,‖ ―social donations,‖ 
                                                      
44
 Article 6, Chapter 
I, Regulations of the People’s Republic of China on Open 
Government Information. Retrieved at: 
<
>. (last visited 03/31/2011).  
 
45
 
Article 9, Chapter II., Regulations of the People’s Republic of China on Open 
Government Information. Retrieved at: 
<
>. (last visited 03/31/2011). 
 
46
 
Article 18, Chapter III, Regulations of the People’s Republic of China on Open
 
Government Information. Retrieved at: 
<
>. (last visited 03/31/2011). 
47
 Id.  
 
48
 
Article 10, Chapter II., Regulations of the People’s Republic of China on Open 
Government Information. Retrieved at: 
<
>. (last visited 03/31/2011). 
 


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