Matters to be Considered in Application: Articles 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 of the Regulation on the Principles and Procedures for the Right to Obtain Information Law contain necessary information about the application procedures. Implementing Regulation on Principles and Procedures for the Application of Right to Information Law
CHAPTER THREE Application to obtain information Application procedure Article 9- Application for information to be made by real persons; The name and surname of the applicant, the signature, the place of residence or the work address is made by the petition, the requested information or documents are made to the institution and institution. Application to obtain information by legal persons; the name and address of the legal entity and the signature of the authorized person and the petition containing the certificate of authority, the requested information or documents are made to the institution and organization. In the petition, the requested information or documents are stated clearly and in detail. In order to provide access to information or documents in a short period of time, the subject of the requested information or document, if any, the date, number of the institution and the unit from which the organization is requested and other points are required. Applications for information or documents in the provincial organization of the central administration shall be made to the authorities of the authorities or the relevant units in the provincial organization. The coordination between the units in the provinces and districts and the preparation of reports on these transactions are provided by the information units in the governorship and district governorships. Information units in the governorship and district governorships shall send the applications submitted to the relevant administration to the relevant administration and inform the applicant about the matters concerning the central organization. Applications not specified to be made in accordance with any other law shall be deemed to have been made under the Right to Information Law. Application forms or application forms must not be filled with typewriters or computer printouts. However, the petitions or forms of the application shall be written or filled out in a legible and clear manner. institutions and organizations of the date of receipt of the application filing date. Letter of applications can also be sent to the institutions and organizations by mail. In order to provide access to the requested information or documents in a short time upon the application and to process the requests for obtaining information easily, the applicants can submit their applications for the application of information, in the APPENDIX-1 for the real persons, and the ones included in the APPENDIX -2 for the legal entities. . However, real and legal persons who will apply by e-mail and fax must fill out the forms in APPENDIX -1 and APPENDIX -2. Applications to be made in electronic environment or in other means of communication Article 10- The application for information can be made electronically or by other means of communication, provided that the other person's identity and other information that can be used to determine whether the signature or the letter is legally identifiable. Applications to be made by real persons via e-mail will be sent to T.C. to be used for authentication purposes, in addition to the applicant's name, surname, residence or business address. by specifying the identification number, the information requested by the institution and the institution of the information e-mail address of the unit is made by filling out the form in APPENDIX -1. Applications to be made by e-mails by legal entities shall include the name and address of the legal entity and the person authorized by T.C. by specifying the identification number and with the authorization document, the information required by the institution and the institution of the information to the e-mail address of the information unit is made by filling in the form in APPENDIX -2. The authorization certificate is transferred to the electronic media by the appropriate electronic means. In applications submitted by natural or legal persons using electronic signature pursuant to Electronic Signature Law No. 5070, T.C. ID number is not searched. In applications to be made via e-mail, the date of application is the date when the application form reaches the electronic mail address of the institution or organization. For applications to be made via e-mail, the information and communication units of institutions and organizations form a corporate e-mail address for this purpose and publish them on their web pages. Institutions and organizations can respond electronically to the application made in electronic environment, or according to the nature of the requested information or document can respond. In cases where it is not possible to provide the requested information or documents in this way, it is ensured that the information or document in question can be examined, noted, listened, viewed or monitored. The petition by fax, sent to institutions.
However, in applications made via fax, T.C. identification numbers are specified. If the petitioner asks for a reply to him by fax, he shall also indicate the fax number to be answered in his petition. Institutions and organizations can respond to applications made by fax, by fax or electronically, or by writing in accordance with the information requested or the nature of the document. In cases where it is not possible to provide the requested information or documents in this way, it is ensured that the information or document in question can be examined, noted, listened, viewed or monitored. The date of application is the date when the application petition received by fax reaches the information units of the institutions and organizations. Applications to be made by persons with disabilities Article 11- In case of any other information or special signs to be used to determine the identity of the applicant, such information or special signs shall be used to replace the signature. The nature of the information or documents to be requested Article 12- The application for information must be in the hands of the institutions and organizations applied or should be related to the information or documents which should be found due to their duties. Institutions and organizations; they can respond negatively to the applications to be made for an information or document that can be created as a result of a separate or specific study, research, examination or analysis and for information or documents related to an unmoved transaction. It is foreseen that it will be announced at a certain date, and the information or documents that may ruin the public interest or may be used to obtain personal benefit cannot be disclosed or accessed before the stated date if it is announced prematurely. Information or documents published or disclosed to the public Article 13 - Information or documents published by the institutions or publicly disclosed in books, brochures, announcements and the like may not be subject to application for information. However, the applicant shall be informed about the manner in which the information or documents which are publicly disclosed or published by the institutions and organizations in electronic media are published or explained in the first paragraph. Acceptance, evaluation and processing of applications Article 14- Application petitions or forms are accepted by the information and information units of the institutions and organizations. The units of information provide the applicants with a receipt showing the date and number of the application provided that they have made the records of the documents after checking that the application petitions or forms have been given as specified in Article 9. The application petitions or forms that reach to any unit of the institutions and organizations other than information units are sent to the units of information collection immediately without being processed. Application forms or forms which do not include the elements specified in Article 9 and the applications or petitions submitted by electronic mail which do not contain the elements specified in Article 10 shall not be processed and the situation shall be notified to the applicant. The petitions or forms of the applicants, who are subsequently understood to have been misrepresented, shall not be deemed to have been deemed to have been denied. In applications for obtaining information via e-mail, T.C. The identification number is queried on the website of the Ministry of Interior General Directorate of Population and Citizenship Affairs in order to determine whether the name and surname given by the applicant is correct. Applications that are carried out with a false name and surname will not be processed. After the application form is registered, it is sent to the relevant departments of the institution or organization within two working days at the latest. In this text; the unit to which the application is to be answered and the date to which the applicant should be answered. The transfer of the authority required for the transmission of such articles to the relevant units shall be made in accordance with the relevant legislation. Applications sent via e-mail are sent to the relevant units in electronic environment or by submitting the computer printout of the application. In addition, it is stated in which unit the application will be answered and the date of the requested information or document should be answered by the applicant. The units of information in institutions and organizations perform their duties in coordination with other relevant units of institutions and organizations in accordance with the Law and the principles and procedures set forth in this Regulation. Information or document security of applications received electronically or in writing is provided according to general provisions in institutions and organizations.
Application Fee: Article 22 of the Regulation on the Principles and Procedures for the Right to Information shall contain the necessary information on the remuneration during the application process. Regulation on the Principles and Procedures for the Application of the Right to Information Law Application Fees Article 22- The institutions and organizations shall pay a fee in proportion to the examination, research, copying, postage and other cost elements required by the applicant, access to information or documents for the information or documents they allow access.
Institutions and organizations may charge fees in proportion to these other cost elements. According to the principles to be determined by the budget law every year, the institution determines the tariff for access to information. For information or documents they allow access to by electronic mail, institutions and organizations shall inform the applicant within fifteen days of the date of application of the information or documents required by the access, the access costs to be provided by the organizations and the whereabouts of the payment. However, the requested information or document should be obtained from another body within the institution; In the event that the opinion of another institution and organization is necessary for the application or if the content of the application concerns more than one institution and organization, the institutions and organizations shall inform the applicant about the cost of access and the location of the payment within thirty days from the date of application. The amount of costs required for access to information or documents is notified to the applicant by the institution and the organization. If the applicant does not submit the document showing that he has made the payment within fifteen working days from the date of notification, he/she shall be deemed to have waived their request. The fees to be requested from the applicants for the information or documents they allow access to public institutions and organizations shall be deposited to the relevant accountants or to the accounts opened in the banks or other financial institutions or PTT branches on behalf of these accountants in order to be recorded as revenue in the relevant institution and organization budget. Fees to be requested from the applicants for the information or documents they provide access to shall be deposited to the account opened on behalf of the relevant professional organizations.