Rules Of Procedure Of The Advisory Technical Commission Of General Ways Of Communication

Original Language Title: Reglamento de la Comisión Técnica Consultiva de Vías Generales de Comunicación

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COMMUNICATION GENERAL PATH ADVISORY TECHNICAL COMMISSION REGULATION

Published in the DOF on August 3, 1984

Miguel de la Madrid H. Constitutional President of the United Mexican States, in use of the power conferred on me by part I of article 89 of the Constitution of the United States of America the United Mexican States and based on Articles 27, 31, 34, 36 and 42 of the Organic Law of the Federal Public Administration; 8th and 124 of the Law of General Vies of Communication; 19 of the Federal Law of Radio and Television and 11 of the Regulation to Article 124 of the General Communication Act and

CONSIDERING

FIRST.- That the Regulation of the Consultative Technical Commission of the General Communication of the Communication began its validity on August 3, 1944, when it was published in the Official Journal of the Federation in accordance with the provisions of the first transitional article, so that the date is now necessary for its content, adapting it to the reality that the country is experiencing in the field of road and means of communication and transport in general, and adjusting its precepts to the new orders which have been issued on the the functions that the Commission has been carrying out.

SECOND.- That it is the purpose of this Federal Executive to provide the Advisory Technical Commission with more precise powers and to extend the representation of the dependencies to be integrated in order to to serve more effectively as the internal consultation body of the Secretariat for Communications and Transport in the field of general communication, media and transport and its related services and, at the same time, provide advice to the Executive in my position and in particular to its dependencies, in terms of the (a) different means of communication and transport, as well as in the granting of concessions and permits for the various services which are in charge of the Federal Government and the concessionary sector in this same area, What is required is the restructuring of it so that it can properly perform the functions entrusted to it.

THIRD.- That in accordance with the above and in terms of the Planning Law, the National Development Plan establishes the implementation of the Program for the Development of Communications and Transport, as well as the policy of general character that promotes the integration of the planning of the various services in charge of the Federal Government and its linkage with the concessionaires and permissionaries of this type of services, in order to realize the structural changes that are essential for the creation of coordination mechanisms; and actions, which encourage the participation of any sector involved in these important areas of development, both in the federal public administration and in the social and private sectors that need to be harmonized and coordinated, With which we will achieve greater efficiency, I have had to issue the following:

COMMUNICATION GENERAL PATH ADVISORY TECHNICAL COMMISSION REGULATION

FIRST CHAPTER

LEGAL NATURE AND COMMISSION FUNCTIONS

ARTICLE 1.- The Advisory Technical Commission of the General Communication, in accordance with the provisions of the final two paragraphs of Article 8 of the Law of General Vies of Communication, is the internal consultation body of the Secretariat of Communications and Transport for the granting of concessions and permits in the field of roads and means of communication and transport and its related and auxiliary services advice from the federal executive, for the provision of the various public services, both those who are in charge of the federal government, as well as those who provide the concessionary and concessionary sector.

ARTICLE 2.- These are the functions of the Commission:

I.- Issue the opinion of the grant applications for the operation of public transport services, as established by Articles 29 and 35 of the regulation of the Exploitation of Roads of the Law of General Communication and submit it to the consideration of the Holder of the Secretariat of Communications and Transport in accordance with the provisions of Article 30 of the aforementioned Regulation.

II.- Issue opinion regarding the granting of concessions and permits for the exploitation of public services that are provided in general communication channels.

III.- Issue opinions on the objections raised in the cases of grant applications for the installation, operation and operation of radio and television stations, adjusting to the law that regulates the matter.

IV.- Issue opinion in cases of application for concessions and permits for the establishment and operation of airworthiness services and for the construction of landing and landing fields. Aeronautical workshops.

V.- Issue opinion in cases of requests for permits for the conduct of related maneuvers and services related to land, air and sea transport in the areas federal.

VI.- Issue opinion on the objections that arise in the cases of requests for concessions and permits for the installation, operation and operation of other public services telecommunications or transport not specified in this enumeration requiring the granting of concessions or permissions.

VII.- Issue opinion on the establishment, installation and operation of new communication and transport services that will arise in the future as a result of technical advances and scientists.

VIII.- Discuss, approve, and apply your Rules of Procedure.

IX.- The others that are required for the performance of their functions.

COMMISSION INTEGRATION

ARTICLE 3.- The Consultative Technical Commission of the General Communication, is composed of permanent official representatives with voice and vote and, non-official representatives who will be Chambers which bring together the concessionaires and permissioners of general communication routes or related and ancillary services which shall have an information voice only. It will have a President and a Technical Secretary.

ARTICLE 4.- Permanent official representatives will be from the Secretariats of Communications and Transportation, Commerce and Industrial Development, Finance and Public Credit, Government, Tourism and one of the for each of the following agencies: Airports and Auxiliary Services, National Railways of Mexico, Roads and Federal Bridges of Revenue and Services, National Committee of Ports and the Mexican Institute of Commerce External; as well as the representation of workers of the different social sectors.

The owners of the agencies and agencies shall appoint their respective representatives, as well as their alternate representatives of the owners in their absence.

ARTICLE 5.- The Permanent Representatives of the Secretariat for Communications and Transport will be the Directors General of:

Legal Affairs.

Concessions and Telecommunication Permissions.

Federal Transportation.

Railways.

Rates, Maneuvers, and Related Services.

Civil Aeronautics.

Planning.

Merchant Navy.

Operation and Port Development.

Permanent representatives will be replaced in their absences by the persons designated by the Secretary of Communications and Transport.

ARTICLE 6.- The eventual representatives referred to in Article 3º.shall be accredited in writing to the chairman of the Technical Advisory Committee of the General Vies of Communication and will only be involved when looking at issues of direct interest to them. It shall also be carried out in respect of other bodies and entities whose participation is deemed necessary, in accordance with the nature of the matter to be dealt with.

ARTICLE 7.- The resignations and the absolute and temporary faults of the eventual representatives of the concessionaires and the permissionaries will be communicated to them in due time organizations to determine how to supply them.

COMMISSION FUNCTION

ARTICLE 8.- The Commission shall hold ordinary meetings in number not less than one and no more than eight per month, and extraordinary when agreed upon at the request of its president in urgent cases or serious, upon request of any representative.

The Commission will inform the parties concerned in due course of the relevant sessions, with the respective documentation arriving.

In special cases, the Commission may agree that the members of the Commission should be given an opportunity to use the various means of communication, but dealing with matters relating to concessions shall be made in accordance with the provisions of Article 15 of the General Communication Act.

ARTICLE 9.- The Commission will be able to meet the number of members present and will resolve by simple majority. In case of a tie the president of the same one will have a vote of quality.

Non-official representations attending the Commission's sessions shall be without a vote, having only an informative voice. The opinion of the Commission shall be without voice and vote but, at the request of the members, shall render the information relevant to the discussions.

ARTICLE 10.- The staff that will be integrated by the technical secretary of the Commission, will be provided by the Directorate General of Legal Affairs of the Secretariat of Communications and Transport, appoint a secretary.

ARTICLE 11.- All Federal Executive agencies must provide the Commission with the data and reports it requests and provide the Commission with the same information. facilities necessary for the development of your commission.

OF THE POWERS OF COMMISSION OFFICIALS

ARTICLE 12.- They will be the functions of the Commission President:

I.- Chair the sessions of the Commission, orienting the debates that arise in the meetings and being the conduit through which the Secretary of Communications and the Secretary of State are provided Transport, in the field of general communication, means of communication and transport and its ancillary and related services.

II.- Issue quality voting, in the event of a tie, when the vote is taken in the Commission sessions.

III.- Communicate to the Commission the criteria that should guide the work of the Commission, in accordance with the current legislation on the matter and taking into consideration the general interests safeguard object, particularly in the case of concessions on mass media.

IV.- In general, monitor the proper functioning of the Commission, in accordance with the reports that the Secretary of the Commission must periodically render.

TRANSIENT

FIRST.- This Regulation shall enter into force on the date of its publication in the Official Journal of the Federation.

SECOND.- The Regulation of 17 July 1944, published in the Official Journal of the Federation on 3 August 1944, is repealed.

Given at the residence of the Federal Executive Branch, in Mexico City, Federal District, on the twenty-five days of July of a thousand nine hundred and eighty-four.- Miguel de la Madrid H.- Heading.-The Secretary of Government, Manuel Bartlett Díaz.-Heading.-The Secretary of Finance and Public Credit, Jesús Silva Herzog.-Heading.-The Secretary of Commerce and Industrial Development, Héctor Hernández Cervantes.-Heading.-The Secretary of Communications and Transportation, Rodolfo Felix Valdés.-Heading.-The Secretary of Tourism, Antonio Enriquez Savignac.-Heading.