Huawei hired former President Michel Temer to protect that its equipment should not be banned from using 5G in Brazil. Based on Look, he will prepare a legal opinion to show to the Brazilian government that the Chinese manufacturer’s offering of telecommunications products is not risky.
The selection of Huawei takes into account Temer knowledge as a professor of constitutional law. The company also considers his relationships with President Jair Bolsonaro and with leaders in Congress. In December, the House and Senate approved the establishment of committees to oversee 5G rollout in Brazil.
As TeleSynthesis, Temer appoints Anatel’s current president, Leonardo Euler de Morais, who will hold this position until November. The former President of the Republic is also responsible for Vicente Aquino’s appointment as a member of the Board of Directors. Anatel. Aquino was reappointed by Bolsonaro to this position.
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The race for 5G is also accompanied by the Minister of Communications, Fábio Faria. He met with South Korean ambassador Kim Chan-Woo on Tuesday (19) to discuss the Asian nation’s participation in 5G auctions in Brazil. According to Faria, this process will begin in the first half of 2021.
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On January 13, Faria participated in a video meeting with the presidents of Oi, TIM, Claro, Vivo, and Algar. One of the topics of the conversation was the trip that the minister had to travel to several countries to discuss the rollout of 5G in Brazil with representatives of companies operating in this market.
Based on TeleSynthesisThe trip is scheduled for January 2 and will cover Finland and Sweden, where Nokia and Ericsson are headquartered respectively. The itinerary may also include countries in Asia, where, apart from Huawei, Samsung of South Korea and NEC of Japan.