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Right To Info Act Should Be Framed By An Elected Govt Says Former Chief Adviser


Former chief adviser to a caretaker government Justice Muhammad Habibur Rahman said an elected government with a greater participation of the people should formulate the right to information act.

While, Law Commission Member Dr Enamul Hoque, along with other academics and rights activists, rather preferred that the law is enacted as soon as possible creating a legal basis for the people to seek information.

The observations came from a discussion on 'citizen charter and right to information' organised by Mass-line Media Centre (MMC) in the LGED auditorium in the capital, in association with Manusher Jonno, Article 19, and the World Bank as part of a three-day programme marking the Right to Information Day 2007. Speaking as the chief guest, Justice Muhammad Habibur Rahman said the right to information act, if enacted by the present caretaker government, might even be cancelled later.

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