It seems more like Brussels doesn't wan't to be guinea pig.
Our country is divided into 10 provinces.
My province and some other provinces want to be first to start with 5G.
So even if Brussels doesn't want it yet, in reality this doesn't mean that
the rest of our country isn't going to get 5G.
Also, they are heavily discussing 5G (in politics). Some really pressure to get started with 5G,
so i suspect it's just a matter of time. I'm not sure if they gonna wait for studies,
since as far i know there are currently no 5G studies running,
so i would be surprised they gonna wait for 5G studies,
since God knows when those gonna start and end,
meanwhile getting behind in economic interests etc.
It could be a matter of time until the corruption kicks in
and they start finding excuses to get it anyway.
I'm not very optimistic about the situation, but let's hope they really woke up.
it may be that EHS people are optimistically thinking that safety is the reason for the halt,
because after reading other things now, i'm not sure anymore this is the case.
I don't follow politics and don't watch the news, so i don't really know,
but i found this, which makes more sense to me:
The arrival of 5G in Belgium is being blocked by a money dispute between the federal government and the various federal states. The latter want a larger share of the proceeds, but the federal government does not agree with that.
Merializer, I did a google translate on the article you mentioned.
"Belgian 5g auction finally on the long track due to 'ordinary money issue'
In Belgium, the federal government and the federal states did not agree on Wednesday about the auction of the 5g radio frequencies.
As a result, the roll-out of the fast network risks being delayed for years.
Telecomminister De Backer speaks of an 'ordinary money issue'.
The federal government had already approved the auction for 5g frequencies in the summer agreement last year, but the file was subsequently blocked by the so-called Consultation Committee.
The federal government and the Belgian federal states coordinate their policies there.
The Consultation Committee was unable to reach an agreement last month, nor did it succeed during a new attempt on Wednesday morning.
Telecom minister Philippe De Backer did not hide his disappointment.
"No agreement on 5g. Ordinary cents issue from regions is blocking our country's economic future. Very unfortunate and short-sighted," he tweeted after the consultation.
The biggest stumbling block is the distribution of income from the auction, which, according to the newspaper De Tijd, involves an amount of 680 million euros.
Traditionally, eighty percent of income goes to the federal government and twenty percent to the federal states.
About 60 percent of that part goes to Flanders and the rest to the French-speaking community.
However, the Länder want a larger share of the income.
According to them, people are consuming more and more media through the fast internet, and media is a state competence.
Incidentally, the Consultation Committee will meet again next month for a new attempt, but little is expected of that.
Even if an agreement were reached on the amendment of the telecom law, it would no longer be approved by the parliament in time.
Belgium is on the eve of new elections, with the result that the parliament will soon be dissolved.
It is feared that this will cause Belgium to be considerably behind in the roll-out of the 5G network."
Well, it may be a money distribution problem only, but it's good the installation of 5 G is being delayed.
I'm glad that people are manifesting against the 5G here in Switzerland.
No idea where this all will lead us, but the fact that the media is talking about health problems, that they are interviewing doctors and specialists that say 'We simply do not know what may happen and we think it is dangerous to make the population as lab rats' is certainly something POSITIVE!!
It never happened before. Before, EHS was like a just another term for psychopaths...