If the submitter of a written request for access to information of public character considers that the holder of information acts contrary to the law, he may appeal to the Commission.The applicant has the right to appeal against a decision by which the holder completely or partially refused the request; If the information holder within 30 days or 40 days in the cases when the extended deadline, or within 10 days upon repeated request, did not allow the applicant access to information, and if he did not deliver and did not provide the applicant with a solution for completely or Partial denial of access (silence of administration).  An appeal may also be lodged against the conclusion of the holder of the interruption of the procedure (when the holder finds that he does not have the requested information); As well as against the decision to reject the request. The complaint is submitted directly to the Commission, but it can also be submitted through the information holder.