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Policy is the key determinant of legislation and regulation. It sets out the vision for ICT and its links to national development goals. Legislation establishes how policy is implemented by providing the statutory foundation for the required institutions (for example, consultative, advisory and regulatory bodies) and processes (for example, licensing).

Legislation specifies the financial, staffing and reporting regimes under which the regulator operates and which define its functions and degree of independence. Regulatory agencies are responsible for developing regulations that lead to the implementation of policy and policy objectives, such as, for example, new tariff structures and universal access programs. statistics_theme_top_text

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