Supercom announced they will make changes for reforms to the Communications Law
The Superintendency of Communication (Supercom) issued a statement to express the changes it will make after the decision of the Constitutional Court (CC) on the lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of the Communications Law (LOC).
The Supercom will adapt its procedures to implement the changes ordered by the Court in Articles 2, 10 section 4 literal i, 56 section 3.
These items are on: The rights of foreign journalists, the requested information to journalists, and the shared responsibility of journalists and owners of media.
The Superintendency begin its statement inviting all sectors “to work together to ensure that communication rights of 15 million Ecuadorians are respected.”
“The decision of the Court, maximum entity of constitutional control, eliminates any semblance of doubt of certain political actors that tried to sow in the public opinion for the sole crime of attacking their interests and media power,” the statement said.