Law on State Security (1995) (excerpts)

Law No. 618 on State Security,
passed on 31 October 1995, published in the M.O. No. 010, dated 13 February 1997

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Article 8. The right of citizens to receive information about the activities of state security services and on issues
affecting their personal interests

(1) The public shall be informed about the activities of state security services in compliance with law via the mass
media and in other forms.
(2) National security services shall, in accordance with their terms of reference, ensure provision of information to
individuals, at their request, on all issues concerning their personal interests. However, it shall not be permitted
to divulge information constituting a state, military, official or commercial secret, or information of a
confidential nature, disclosure of which might cause damage to state security, the honour and dignity of the
individual or infringe on its rights and freedoms.