The normative was approved by the Commission on Autonomous Governments, chaired by Assemblyman Richard Calderón, who explained that the legislation is capable of solving the problems of dispersed institutional structure in telecommunications.
According to the legislator, the standard is updated and is related to the Constitution, which stipulates that the State shall ensure access to new technologies.
Calderon explained that the legislation seeks to establish a general system of telecommunications and radio spectrum as a strategic asset of the state.
It promotes quality rights prices and tariffs. “It obliges service providers to comply with tariff regulations,” Calderon said.