This is the model that Mexico is advancing with concrete actions to ensure transparency, limit opacity and combat corruption.
Therefore, within the framework of the United Nations Summit for Sustainable Development, the National Institute for Transparency, Access to Information and Personal Data Protection (INAI), Mexico released the International Charter of Open Data during this meeting.
The Charter provides that nations accept the commitments of Open Government: transparency, accountability, innovation and public participation will be critical to achieving the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Mexico has already created a cross-cutting policy on access to information as a fundamental human right from the institutions of the Mexican State.
The Charter that Mexico, as Chairman of the Open Government Partnership, has proposed that the countries in the Partnership itself and the United Nations adopt, details the concrete actions to be adopted to ensure that these rights are guaranteed.