Nicaragua: Telecommunications Legislation Project to be Ready Soon

Although the project is not well-known in the country, the President of the Nicaraguan Institute of Communications has commented in Cuba that the proposal is already ready.

Monday, February 16, 2009

The President of the Nicaraguan Institute of Telecommunications and Mail (Telcor), Orlando Castillo, commented a few days ago, in the 2009 XIII Data Processing International Convention and Fair, which was held in Cuba, that the initiative that entails a new telecommunications law in Nicaragua will be ready soon.

Oliver Gómez, in his article El Nuevo, reports that, "The delegation that attended this event representing the International Union of Telecommunications (UIT) took note of this information. The content of this new policy is expected to be watched closely, along with the discussion of this issue and the new arrangements that would be approved for our country via the project."

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