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RE: [council] Dennis' motion geographaiversity (support thereof)
I think you are right on this.
De: Nigel Roberts <email@example.com>
Para: Amadeu Abril i Abril <Amadeu@nominalia.com>
CC: Dennis.Jennings@ucd.ie <Dennis.Jennings@ucd.ie>; 'Javier'
<firstname.lastname@example.org>; 'email@example.com' <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Fecha: Martes 14 de Septiembre de 1999 05:23
Asunto: Re: [council] Dennis' motion geographaiversity (support thereof)
It /has/ to be residency, becuase such a clause specifying "citizenship"
is actually **illegal**, in the UK at least.
I will be forwarding more information on this shortly.
In any case, the 'Citizenship' clause would allow for the reduction ad
absurdum possibility that -- in theory -- all ICANN Board Members could
be "US persons" (i.e. live in the USA) providing they hold various
passports from the right parts of the world".
Clearly wrong and undesirable.
Amadeu Abril i Abril wrote:
> Dennis Jennings wrote:
> > Amadeu,
> > No - I meant exactly what I said.
> > To make it even clearer, I propose that
> > "The Names Council agree that no two of the three ICANN Board Directors
> > elected by the DNSO may be residents (citizens ?) of the same geographic
> > region."
> I supoport that. And I am afraid tht the ˇcitizenship" requiremnt when
> regarding Board Directors is very unlikely to be softened in any