[CUB] Proposals for the work of the conference

Summary: 

The ITRs should encompass the Internet, and countries should be compensated in a different way to the current economics. No countries should get in the way of another's Internet access.

Implications: 

As is typical, Cuba's contribution represents more an anti-United States statement than a serious policy approach.

Summary

This contribution puts forward, for consideration by WCIT-12, two drafts of provisions, on the subjects indicated below, for possible inclusion in the articles of the ITRs, and presents the corresponding reasons.

I Background

considering

that one of the purposes of ITU laid down in Article 1 of the ITU Constitution is “to maintain and extend international cooperation among all its Member States for the improvement and rational use of telecom­munications of all kinds”,

considering further

the output documents of the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), Geneva 2003 and Tunis 2005, including its Declaration of Principles, particularly §§ 11, 19, 20, 21 and 49 thereof,


Register for full access

If you register with the site, at no cost, you can access all content on this site.