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I wish the church would exert as much force with other urgent moral issues, such as Freedom of Information Bill or anti-torture law," Lacal said.
President Mahinda Rajapakse 's United People's Freedom Alliance , which enjoys a two-thirds majority in the 225-member assembly, shot down the Freedom of Information Bill presented by an opposition lawmaker, an official said.
A Freedom of Information Bill has gone through all the processes in Parliament and will shortly become law, because the president believes that if you want to run a modern state, people should have access to information.
Yemeni lawyer Mohammad Naji Allaw said supported the bill and said it was better than the freedom of information bill the government is currently drafting.
The passing of the Freedom of Information bill further cements Indonesia's commitment to being an open, democratic society," said Staffan Synnerstrom, lead public sector specialist for World Bank Indonesia.
The Freedom of Information Bill (Amendment) Bill, introduced by Conservative MP David Maclean, would remove any obligation for MPs' expenses to be made public.
The meeting was called at short notice in Llandrindod Wells, Powys - a nine-hour round trip for the MP to return to Westminster in time for the Freedom of Information Bill.
It includes information on recruitment, recognition and reward, learning and development and council policies such as Health and Safety and the new Freedom of Information bill.