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In compliance with the Law 19/2014, of 29 December, on transparency, access to public information and good governance, this section provides information on the following issues:

If you wish to request non-statistical information in relation to the Law 19/2014, you can exercise your right of access to public information.

If you wish to request statistical information, you can use this form.

3. Contractors and agreements

5. Regulations

Right of access to public information

If you wish to exercise your right to access public information, recognised by the Law 19/2014, of 29 December, on transparency, access to public information and good governance, to all people, individually or on behalf of and in representation of any legal person, you can use the form below.

The administrative procedure for accessing public information must be adjusted to the requirements, conditions and terms provided by Law 19/2014, among which the following are worthy of particular mention:

Once the request has been submitted, you will receive a communication indicating the day on which it was received, the body responsible for dealing with the request, the deadline for it to be resolved and the person responsible for processing it.

In general, the Public Administration must resolve applications for access to information within one month, though this time limit may be suspended or increased in the cases provided by law. If you do not receive a response within this time limit, you may consider your request approved, with the limitations set forth in article 35 of the aforementioned Law.

If the application is favourably resolved, either expressly or due to positive administrative silence, the competent body must provide the person concerned with the information, preferably in the requested format, within thirty days. Access to public information is free of charge, but the issuing of copies and conversion to formats different from the original may be subject to a fee, which may not exceed the cost of the process.

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