Mexico Resumes National Open Government Process (March 5, 2019)
Mexico City | March 5th, 2019
- The new administration represented by the Ministry of Public Affairs (SFP, in Spanish) the National Institute for Transparency, Access to Information and Protection of Personal Data (INAI, in Spanish) and the Civil Society Core Group (NOSC, in Spanish) resume the national Open Government process in Mexico through a new coordination figure named the Coordination Committee.
- The Coordination Committee has agreed on a roadmap to tackle illegal state surveillance in Mexico, and it’s first activity is a public forum on March 26th, 2019 to initiate the co-creation and implementation of a public policy so as to avoid cases like Pegasus from happening again.
- The former complies with the conditions to start the collaborative construction of a Fourth National Action Plan in Mexico 2019-2021 to be submitted to the Open Government Partnership.
The members of the Coordination Committee of the Open Government Partnership in Mexico (AGA, in Spanish) – integrated by SFP, NOSC and INAI- have resumed dialogue and work towards the coordination of construction, follow-up and evaluation process of National Action Plans in Mexico for this international initiative. In February, two preparation meetings were held to define the scope of resuming work of the Committee, and the development of the roadmap to tackle illegal state surveillance in Mexico…
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