Is a minor entitled to seek and receive information of public importance and is the right restricted in some parts, or it applies to any information of public importance?
According to regulations, articles no.5 and 6 of the Law on Free Access to Public Information ("The Official Gazette of Republic of Serbia" no. 120/04 and 54/07), everyone, including minors, has a right to access information of public importance on equal terms, while process actions are done by the legal representative on the behalf of the minor (a parent or a guardian, in the case of guardianship). This is in compliance with the Law on General Administrative Procedure, the regulations of which are applied in a procedure in the face of authorities witnessing the fulfillment of the right, regarding issues that are not differently determined by the quoted law on information accessibility. This right, in general, as well as in the case of minors, is not limited to certain areas. The Law allows restrictions of the right to freely access public information for some sort of information and that on terms proclaimed by the Law, if information disclosure threatens a higher legitimate interest from the article no.9 and 14 of the Law (life, health, defense, safety, privacy...)