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Mexico

New transparency system on May 6

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2 years ago

INAI’s Francisco Javier Acuña (L) commemorates the Int’l Day of Personal Data.

BY JORGE BUTRÓN The News MEXICO CITY – The National Institute for Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI) commissioner, Francisco Javier Acuña Llamas, during the Second Plenary Session of Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) deputies said that on May 6, 2016 the National Transparency System will go into effect, which will help the INAI control the 246 entities that make up the Executive Branch. “The design of the National Transparency System has many varied and extensive expectations. This system will go into effect May 6 of this year, when the General Transparency and Access Law will be completely enforced. The president has 246 entities, which are a galaxy of institutions under the Executive Branch,” Acuña Llamas said. The commissioner of INAI said that he is already working on the national transparency platform, which hopes to substitute INFOMEX as a technological tool. “We are already working on the national transparency platform, which will take the place of INFOMEX, in terms of technological tools. The INAI unveiled this plan on Friday, the International Day of Personal Data. Identity theft is a topic that has worried us. I respectfully offer that you don’t abandon the opportunity to help legislate cybercrime, because in general we as Mexicans are exposed to and at the expense of cybercrime and all manifestations of abuse on the web,” Acuña Llamas said. The legislators of PRI promised to make laws in favor of transparency for better democracy in Mexico.

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