CEPT considerations for the revision of the ITRs

1. PROPOSAL

CEPT invites the other delegations to take the following considerations into account and proposes, that the revised ITRs should only contain provisions regarding obligations of Member States, and not direct the activities of private parties.

2. BACKGROUND

2.1 The current ITRs were negotiated and drafted at a time (1988 and even 1973) when most network operators were government-owned or government-controlled enterprises. The trend towards liberalisation and privatisation had started in the 1970s (and the legislative history of the ITRs and some of its provisions reflect that trend), but it remains the case that the treaty was essentially meant to address issues arising under non-privatised regime.


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