Saturday, April 22, 2006

World Law Bulletin from US Congress

The Project on Government Secrecy, run by the Washington-based Federation of American Scientists, is an important freedom of information project in the United States.

It tries to fight against unneeded classification of official information and to make public hard-to-get documents, such as reports by the Congressional Research Service.

One interesting publication is a monthly current awareness bulletin, World Law Bulletin, produced by the Law Library of Congress. "The Bulletin, which is distributed to members of Congress and staff but not the public, provides updates on foreign law developments."

The latest issue, reprinted on the Federation website, is for March 2006, and contains news summaries from countries ranging from Angola to the United Kingdom.

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 3:58 pm


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