Sunday, June 28, 2009

Poland: The European Commission closed infringement cases now that Polish law was in line with EU law

[ec] The European Commission today closed three infringement proceedings against Poland after the country took steps at national level to correct the problems and bring Polish law into line with EU telecoms rules. The cases concern the independence of the Polish regulator, consumer contracts, and the obligation for operators to negotiate interconnection. The Commission is still analysing other parts of the amendments made by the Polish government to national telecoms laws.

European Commission closes three cases against Poland after the introduction of legislative reforms in telecoms sector

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