The Senate was the decision-making chamber on the subject of the 5G law, and the project received the final vote in plenary.
He passed the Chamber of Deputies last month without receiving an amendment.
AUR was the only political party to vote against. They specified that the project had not been notified to the European Commission and did not comply with the relevant Community regulation.
In the Senate he received an amendment, the period of use of non-compliant technologies has gone from 5 to 7 years (It was probably a requirement of Digi Mobil, Orange and Vodafone – they had a joint meeting with Government and Parliament officials).
The CSAT / Supreme Defense Council of the Country received a role in approving manufacturers that offer technologies, equipment and software to communications providers.
What are the conditions that a company must meet in order to receive approval to deliver 5G solutions to telecommunications providers in Romania?
- it is not under the control of a foreign government, in the absence of an independent legal system;
- has a transparent shareholding structure;
- does not have a history of unethical corporate conduct.
It is clear who was targeted here.
Huawei sued Romania and Poland at the European Commission since the end of 2020 because it does not comply with EU legislation on the 5G side. I have no idea if an answer has arrived on this case.
It would have been a good decision to apply at EU level to standardize technologies and send a signal in one direction or another.
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