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Smeeianu, back in seat

Miercuri, 13 decembrie 2006, 0:00

Ion Smeeianu, former president on the National Authority for Communication Regulations (ANRC), won the lawsuit against PM Tariceanu for abusive quietus and will be reinstalled as president of the institution. As a first result, the ordinance allowing Orange and Vodafone to postpone one year the interconnection fee decrease may be soon annulled.

The sentence of the High Court of Justice and Causation states that Smeeianu must take back his position as ANRC president in less than 30 days after the sentence is pronounced (November 30).
Therefore, most lawyers believe that the postponing ordinance may be easily attacked, being signed on December 12, when the interim president, Dan Georgescu, was already aware that he will not remain in seat for long.

Smeeianu declared for that he intends to re-evaluate the system that led to the conclusion that inter-connection fees may remain unchanged until January 1st, 2008. “I told Georgescu his decisions null and void, but he didn’t listen. I shall re-evaluate all his decisions”.

Smeeianu lost his position as ANRC president in 2005, but the Justice decided that the governmental decision was abusive.

Dan Georgescu’s decision to allow the two telecomm giants to maintain their interconnection fees one more year stirred massive discontent among the other players on the market, namely Romtelecom, Cosmote and Telemobil (ZAPP operator).

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