that information and communication technologies have been conceived to
contribute to the reduction of obstacles that block the total
development of society’s well-being. To guarantee and expand the
realization of this idea, it is essential to create a basic
infrastructure. The inclusion of all in an Information Society need
emergent new forms of association between private and public organisms.
The suggestion is to combine private and public wills. The Dominican
Republic assumed to reduce the loophole in its territory through the
creation of a National Commission for Society and Information.
It is important to structure a new commitment from the
international community, to cooperate in regional and interregional
contexts, with efforts to safeguard the principles expressed in the
Declaration of Principle and in the Action Plan of the WSIS.