European Commission Violations began on Thursday against 24 member states, including Romania, for failing to change EU rules in the telecommunications sector.
According to the Election Commission, the deadline for converting the European Electronic Communications Code into national law is 21 December 2020. So far, only Greece, Hungary and Finland have reported to the Commission. According to Mediafox, the relocation process is complete.
The Commission therefore sent formal notification letters to Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Ireland, Spain, France, Croatia, Italy, Cyprus, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Austria and Poland. , Portugal, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia and Sweden, are requested to follow and notify the relevant actions. Member states have two months to respond.
The European Electronic Communications Code modernizes the sector to enhance consumer choice and rights, for example by providing clear deals, quality services and competitive markets.
“The code also ensures a high standard of communication services, including highly efficient and accessible emergency communications. In addition, it allows operators to benefit from the rules that motivate investment in highly efficient networks, as well as lead to more regulatory-based forecasting and innovative digital services and infrastructure,” the EC statement said. Says.