Marciele Berger Bernardes

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The object of this article is to conduct a comparative study between legal provisions of the Brazilian Law of Access to Information no. 12.527/11 and the Uruguayan Law of Access to Information no. 18,381 / 08, in order to verify the differences and similarities between the two laws as well as to analyze the possible limitations and challenges surrounding.(More)
This paper aims to understand, in the context of International Organizations for Regional Integration (IOs) what is the contribution of Internet use for the effectiveness of the fundamental right of political inclusion, as well as pointing out a country that may be used as a reference for the proposal of a public policy aimed at ruling Open Government in(More)
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