18 January 2021
An article in EUobserver covering our succesful complaints to the European Ombudsman about Frontex's and Europol's failure to maintain public registers of documents.
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"The EU police agency Europol, and its border guard agency Frontex, have pledged to improve public access to documents.
The pledge came after demands first made in 2012 by the London-based civil liberties charity Statewatch."
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