The National Agency of Telecommunications Regulation (ANRT) aims to participate in the preparation of legislation and regulations governing the telecommunications sector. The Agency has the necessary authority to develop its own initiative or proposals at the request of the competent government authority to adapt the legal, economic, and security framework to carry out telecommunications activities.
As part of its mission of sector regulation, ANRT is responsible for preparing draft laws, decrees, and ministerial orders concerning the legal status of the activities of various operators in the telecommunications sector. To do so, the Agency is vested with powers of legal, technical, and economic regulation.
Using its legal regulatory authority, ANRT supports the dynamism of a competitive market to help stakeholders better achieve their goals. It does so by raising barriers to sector growth or even imposing provisions for the common good. In particular, the Agency is responsible for:
The power of technical regulation has made ANRT responsible for developing standards and the enforcement thereof. In particular, ANRT is responsible for:
To ensure conditions for fair competition and to support sustainable development in the telecommunications sector, the Agency has the authority to intervene in the market in case of suspicion of abuse.