ECOWAS Parliament moves to remove telecommunication barriers in sub-region
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ECOWAS Parliament moves to remove telecommunication barriers in sub-region


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The Parliament of the Economic Community of West African States will soon come up with regulations to harmonise the telecommunication sector across the sub-region.

This will follow a joint meeting of three committees of the ECOWAS Parliament scheduled to take place in Effutu from Tuesday, July 27 to Thursday, July 29.

The ECOWAS Parliament, also known as the Community Parliament, is one of the institutions of ECOWAS. It is the Assembly of Peoples of the Community, serving as a forum for dialogue, consultation and consensus for representatives of the people of West Africa with the aim of promoting integration.


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