The right to access information and reuse information is exercised in accordance with the Law on the Right to Access Information (Official Gazette 25/13).
The goal of the Law is to enable and ensure the realization of the constitutionally guaranteed right to access information and reuse of information by natural and legal persons through openness and transparency in the work of public authorities.
The right to access information is based on the principles of public access and free access, timeliness, completeness, and accuracy of information, the principle of equality, the principle of information availability, and, in accordance with Article 5, paragraph 1, item 5 of the Law, "includes the right of users to request and obtain information, as well as the obligation of public authorities to enable access to requested information, and to publish information regardless of the request when such publication is required by law or other regulation."
Information, in the sense of the aforementioned Law (Article 5, paragraph 1, item 3), represents "any data possessed by a public authority in the form of a document, record, file, register, or in any other form, regardless of the manner in which it is presented (written, drawn, printed, recorded, magnetic, optical, electronic or some other record)."
Reuse of information, in accordance with Article 5, paragraph 1, item 6 of the Law, "means the use of information of a public authority by natural or legal persons, for commercial or non-commercial purposes, other than the original purpose within the framework of public work for which the information was created. The exchange of information between public authorities for the purpose of performing their duties does not constitute reuse."
In accordance with the Law on the Right to Access Information, by the decision of the director on January 28, 2015, the information officer of the Port Authority of Šibenik was appointed.
A request to exercise the right of access to information is submitted:
According to the Law on the Right of Access to Information, a written request must contain:
Users of the right of access to information are exempt from paying administrative fees. We will send the response to your oral or written request for the right to access information within the legally prescribed period of 15 days from the day of submission of the request.