I'll just briefly say that I would imagine it could lead to an increase in workload for that administration.
I'll refer to our experience of openness as a basis for handling cases when it comes to public documents. If we have a strong culture of openness and act promptly when we get requests, it diminishes the workload when it comes to appeals and other cumbersome administrative procedures.
Therefore, in our system we have the legislation, the basic laws and the subordinate laws, when it comes to openness. I will say that is a cultural issue within our administration, to try to be as open as possible in relation to requests for public documents. That would probably lead to diminishing issues of administrative character such as appeals, etc. We have relatively few appeals, and I will come back with more exact numbers.
Openness, I think, is a good way to deal with this.