The federal directors of the educational institution said in the resolution that the legislative proposal for audiovisual content distribution services does not comply with the standards of democratic standards in communications.
He pointed out that there is no transparency in the use of spectrum and therefore directly affects the rights of citizens.
The country has and effectively uses a regulation of audiovisual communication appropriate to the country’s reality and needs, and is adjusted in terms of human rights and democratic standards.
For its resolution, the Board considered the report submitted by a diverse panel of academics from Uthel with the aim of studying the regulatory proposal for the study of Parliament.
The text points out that the decisions regarding the use of radiation electric spectrum and the regulation of audiovisual communication media are far from international standards and country decisions in recent years.
Opposition parties have stated they will not run in the by-elections.
At least Capillo Aberdeo opposed voting on the plan this week, with its content opposing cable operators providing Internet services and open holes for foreign companies or individuals to obtain licenses in Uruguay.
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