This data category requires all national laws and statutes to be available online, although it is not a requirement that information on legislative behaviour e.g. voting records is available.
The submitter assessed the usability of the data as follows (3 - little to no effort needed, 1 - extensive effort needed): 1
|Downloadable at once||Yes||The download of laws is separated by subjects.|
|Available free of charge||Yes|
|In an open and machine-readable format||HTML||The data is in PDF|
|findable_steps||Search in Google for national laws in Argentina.|
|Collected by government||Yes|
|collector_name||Ministerio de Justicia y Derechos Humanos. Sistema Argentino de Información Jurídica.|
|characteristics||Content of the law / status, Date of last amendment, Amendments to the law (if applicable)|
|location||http://www.saij.gob.ar/buscador/leyes-nacionales-vigent - National Laws in force, http://www.saij.gob.ar/digesto-juridico-argentino - Download the legal digest|
The submission should be accepted without changes. Lopez made a comment on the forum with regards to data being available in CSV format and proposed that B7 should be changed to YES. I did not make these changes as the data found on the URL Lopez provided on the forum post does not provide the data that we are looking for (texts of national laws) but rather an aggregate list of various laws, directives and resolutions with no corresponding text. So, the government does provide lists of national laws, directives, and resolutions in CSV format and this information is available as open data, but I do not think that it should be used for the purpose of this submission. Rather, this submission should be based on data provided by SAIJ (at the URL noted in B2.2) as this is where the actual texts of the laws are found. Because of this, I did not make changes to B2.2, B7 and B8.
Based on my review, this submission should be accepted as I was able to come to the same conclusions about the data.