The European Commission (EC) warned the Government that it would start the second stage of the infringement procedure on grounds of failure to accomplish the obligations in the field of communications. The procedures will continue in case the ordinance addressing the establishment of ANCOM is not rapidly approved by Senate, Mediafax informs. The government set up the telecom regulator ANCOM in March this year after the European Commission started the infringement procedures. In the new structure, the telecom regulator will function under parliamentary control and will have management appointed by the head of state, at the proposal of the government. The act setting up the regulator was sent to the Parliament for debate and approval and was adopted by the Chamber of Deputies but was rejected by Senate.