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The Law on the Universal Service - close to promulgation


The Law project for the Universal Service and users' rights, referring to the future communication networks and services received its final vote from the House of Deputies. As a result of this vote, the project is to be sent to the presidential cabinet, for promulgation.

The Law on the Universal Service took into account mainly the low-income individuals, the purpose of the law being to avoid the social division through launching unaffordable prices for the new services. The coming into force of this law would eventually lead to a stronger discipline on the market, given the extremely severe sanctions penalties, up to 35 billion ROL ($ 1 MN), discouraging the service and networks providers from neglecting the regulations of this law.

The IT&C Ministry will establish the strategy in order to ensure the provisioning of the Universal Service, and the National Authority for Communications' Regulation will establish the necessary procedures for designating the Universal Service providers in the electronic communications. Also in 2003, a study is to be conducted, in order to establish which areas of the country represent a fit spot to apply the Universal Service regulations.

The Universal Service is supposed to establish a minimal set of services, with a well-determined quality, made accessible countrywide by the service and network providers.



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