SATRC

AcronymDefinition
SATRCSouth African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (est. 1996)
SATRCSexual Assault & Trauma Resource Center of Rhode Island
SATRCSouth Asian Telecom Regulators Council
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The agenda for SATRC this year includes topics of concern
The election took place during a three-day 19th-Meeting of the SATRC, organized by the PTA in collaboration with Asia-Pacific Tele community here.
Some of the major issues addressed by SATRC were evolution of regulatory framework in South Asia and Asia-Pacific, national ICT policy and regulators' role and its challenges, providing affordable broadband services to all, regulatory measures to enhance broadband experiences, enhanced consumer protection in digital economy and consideration of the regulatory framework for spectrum management etc.
Muhammad Naveed Chairman PTA, for being elected as Chairman SATRC. She expects that all the APT agenda's upcoming in the next year shall be fruitfully accomplished under his leadership.
SATRC Chairman Digambar Jha, Chairman of Nepal Regulatory Authority, proposed Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Chairman Mr Muhammad Naveed as the next chairman of SATRC and unanimously elected him at 19th Meeting of the SATRC in Islamabad.
SATRC is an important forum under the APT that provides delegates with a unique networking opportunity to the country delegates which may lead to mutual collaborations on similar opportunities and challenges.
In regard to admissibility, he stated in a report to the Security Council that alternative justice mechanisms "are not criminal proceedings as such for the purpose of assessing the admissibility of cases before the [ICC], but they are an important part of the fabric of reconciliation for Darfur, as recognized in resolution 1593 (2005)." (30) Even where amnesty is granted by quasi-judicial bodies such as the SATRC, Prosecutor Moreno-Ocampo would not find that they are determinative of admissibility under Article 17 of the Rome Statute.
The SATRC meeting is held annually to discuss and coordinate regulatory and other related issues in the area of telecommunication and ICT that are of common interest of the South Asian sub-region.
Though the discourse concerning the SATRC is indeed voluminous, far from allaying continued academic engagement, I contend that this illustrates the fecundity of its numerous dimensions and the complexity of the issues surrounding this exceptional commission and its unique context.
Unlike SATRC's mandate, which clearly defined the victims, (17) GTRC's Mandate used the term "victim" only once, in reference to one of the five people killed.
Though it would be most beneficial for Israelis and Palestinians to come to their own conclusions as to the best way to construct a truth commission, we may still look to the SATRC as a possible model upon which to construct an IPTC for two reasons.