On July 1, FIC sent to the Telecommunications Ministry the Position Paper on the Draft Law on Electronic Communications. Overregulation was outlined as one of the key problems, as the efficient application of the Law can be achieved with less regulation. PP says that the relations between the Law and other laws should be defined. Consistent use of terms user, end user, subscriber and consumer is needed to avoid problems with interpretation. FIC also outlined that there is no need to replace the already accepted notion of operator’s general conditions with new formulation, as they are in line with the European Electronic Communications Code. FIC also considers that there is no need to issue individual licenses for use of radio-frequencies for every single base station. PP that can be downloaded here also contains 45 concrete recommendations.