On April 16, the Mexican House of Representatives approved the General Law on Transparency and Access to Public Information (source document in Spanish) and submitted it to the Executive Branch for official publication in Mexico's Federal Official Gazette. In addition to setting the rules for the National System for Transparency, Information Access, and Personal Data Protection, the new legislation imposes transparency obligations on political parties, public trusts and funds, and entities managing public funds.

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