Permanent Representation of Ireland to the EU

A permanent representative of a member state to the EU

Permanent Representatives of Member States to the EU are national officials which work on EU matters and are based in Brussels, but which would technically fall under national Freedom of Information/Access to Documents laws. The main task of Permanent Representations to the EU is to ensure national interests and policies are pursued as effectively as possible in the EU. National Freedom of Information Laws have varying time limits for answering requests. To find out more about your national law, visit Access Info's and the Centre for Law and Democracy's Global Right to Information Rating at http://www.rti-rating.org/.

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Dear europeschool, The Irish Permanent Representation is Ireland's diplomatic mission *to* the EU Institutions rather than being one of the institutio...
Dear Ask the EU and European School. Thank you for your query. Regulation 1049/2001 applies only to documents held by the EU institutions, and not n...

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