The FOI bill has lots of restrictions. It forbids people from asking questions about the government’s diplomatic transactions. It also forbids sharing information on the government’s economic interest and a host of other unspecified information any public officer could rely on to deny an applicant information.
When it is eventually passed, I guess there will be no grip left in the bill. More, even the little information you might get afterward will cost you a “reasonable amount” to be charged by the offering agency.