verbose "Yu Che" screwdriver (detective story)
John B. wrote:
Certainly a country's laws are on line
Indeed, and standards should be as well.
As for "government business" I'm not quite
sure what you mean
I take it it varies from country to country
what material, to what degree, and how much of
it is out in the open.
Here we have for example the "SOUs" ,
"Statens offentliga utredningar" (literally
~"The State Public Investigations") which
should span several thousand volumes by now.
But it sure isn't the only government stuff
that is made public.
underground experts united
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