Spain: One letter suffix call signs
On January 16, 2020 Spain’s Official State Gazette carried the announcement regarding one letter suffix amateur radio call signs
Spain’s national amateur radio society URE report:
After more than five years of work of the URE struggling with the Administration with the presentation of numerous preliminary projects for the development and application of the regulations, we reached the end of the procedure.
The Resolution of the General Directorate of Telecommunications and Information Technologies has just been published on the Radio Amateur website approving the definitive list of admitted and excluded applicants and the corresponding radio amateur call signs with a letter suffix are assigned.
In accordance with the administrative procedure established by resolution of the Secretary of State for Digital Advance, of July 12, 2019.
This resolution has been published in the Official State Gazette , BOE 14, on Thursday, January 16, 2020, provision 673.
Subsequently, the General Directorate of Telecommunications and Information Technology through the different Provincial Headquarters of Telecommunications Inspection will assign, personally, ex officio , according to the workload of each JPIT, the new call signs with suffix of A letter object of the present resolution and until that moment the assignment of the badges is not official, nor effective .
Against said resolution , which exhausts the administrative route, it may be filed , in accordance with article 123 of Law 39/2015, of October 1, of the Common Administrative Procedure of Public Administrations, optional appeal for reinstatement before the same body that has issued it within one month from the day following its publication in the BOE or be challenged directly before the Administrative Court of the National Court within two months from the day following its publication in the BOE , in accordance with article 46 of Law 29/1998, of July 13, regulating the Contentious-Administrative Jurisdiction, without both resources being simultaneous.
Download the Resolution and its corresponding annex, from the Secretary of State for Digital Advancement
Government of Spain – Amateur Radio page
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