The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) is once again facing questions about its governance and the transparency of its operations.
The commission is one of the partners which helped organise the ITU (International Telecom Union) Telecom World Meeting in Bangkok which ends today.
As the commission meets and exchanges its experience with other participants _ which include heads of government, ministers, content and application providers, regulators, academics and heads of international organisations who are the experts in telecommunications from all over the world _ the NBTC is facing questions at home about the transparency of its operations. The first question is how the NBTC utilises its budget and resources.
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