Rodoljub Sabic, Commissioner for InformationAbout a month ago, I sent a written warning to 119 public authorities about the duty to comply with the order from the decision of the Commissioner for the Information and about the consequences set by the law for failing to meet this obligation. That number, between 100 and 200 non-enforced decisions compared to about 4,500 closed cases, does not seem dramatically high either in absolute or relative terms, that is only few percent, but importance in principle of failing to comply with the order which is binding under the law must never be underestimated. This is why I undertook the action of warning' myself when the competent ministry would not or could not do that. It has produced results - several dozens of non-enforced decisions are enforced. The result achieved in Nia is particularly interesting. The Government in Nia has always had difficulties with enforcing the Commissioner's orders. There have always been non-enforced orders, several even after I sent the warning. Now there is none. The situation in which Copernican turn occurred is interesting. It happened at the time when Nia had no government. Only the city administration was working, but the political government had not been constituted. Positive happenings like these in the absence of government should not, of course, refer to the (nad've) thinking about the (lack of) necessity for the political government, but they could remind that the task of the modern government is not to govern but to protect the primacy of rights against political voluntarism.