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Health avoids Transparencia and claims that it should ask the experts before providing their names

The Ministry of Health has responded to the request made ten days ago by the Council for Transparency and Good Governance (CTBG) with a notification sent this Thursday in which avoids releasing committee names of experts referred to by the director of the Center for the Coordination of Health Alerts and Emergencies, Fernando Simón, as in charge of advising the Government on the management of the covid pandemic.

He argues that the Transparency Law itself obliges him to ask these experts beforehand to comment on the aforementioned request for information.

In a brief notification made by the Transparency Unit of the Ministry of Health, the department of Salvador Illa points out to the individual claimant that their request affects the rights of third parties, so that as of this Thursday, September 10, they have been given transfer “to make claims about the request for access to said information”, for which they have a response period of 15 working days.

The resolution does not indicate anything regarding the number of experts of the aforementioned committee on the covid, a fact that was also required by the claiming attorney and that it does not mean that it is information that should be understood to affect third parties or their rights or interests.

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