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LETURIA INFANTE, FRANCISCO JAVIER  y  VILLANUEVA FIGUEROA, JUAN FELIPE. THE NEED TO INCORPORATE ALL AUTONOMOUS CONSTITUTIONAL ORGANS TO THE GENERAL TRANSPARENCY REGIME. Rev. derecho (Concepc.) [online]. 2022, vol.90, n.251, pp.15-46. ISSN 0303-9986.  http://dx.doi.org/10.29393/rd251-1nifj20001.

The majority of the constitutional autonomous organs are not subject to the general transparency regime. Some argue that they could not be audited by bodies whose autonomy has only been enshrined by law, as is the case of the Transparency Council. We argue that the nature of the rule that enshrines autonomy does not justify privileges that hinder public scrutiny and the exercise of the right of access to information that should apply to all State bodies. This is ratified by the dominant trend in comparative law. From a finalist approach of the Law, we postulate the incorporation of such organs (including the Congress and the Judiciary) to the general transparency regime, being able to be audited by the Transparency Council without affecting their essential functions. For that purpose, we propose to introduce an indication to the current bill that amends the Access to Public Information Law. Additionally, we support the constitutional recognition of the aforementioned council in the ongoing constitutional process, if its current legal status is the only obstacle some people consider necessary to progress in the proposed direction.

Palabras clave : autonomous constitutional organs; transparency; right of access to information; publicity principle; Public Information Access Law; legal autonomous organs.

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