Categories:Africa,Telecoms

Tunisia — telecommunication sector

The field of telecommunications is attracting more and more interest from Tunisians, especially within the political class, where it has become a subject of controversy among some stakeholders involved in Tunisian political life.

The government is not insensitive to the subject and on 10 January 2014 it intervened with the revision of Decree No. 2014-53, amending and supplementing Decree 2008-3026 of 15 September 2008 and establishing the general conditions of operation of public telecommunications networks and access networks…

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