Re: [council] Status report on implementation of evolution and reform
I'm agree with Oscar..
Maybe is possible create a global mechanisms, i's not important in each
constituency is important in the result:
ever: almost 1 representant by each region.
the "biggest" actors are US and EU, but is necessary the
representation from another parts of world.
At 04:53 p.m. 18/07/2002 -0500, Oscar A. Robles-Garay wrote:
At 07:39 a.m. 18/07/2002, Philip
The disadvantages of 2
reps per constituency are in my view compelling:
1.Diversity. 2 reps will tend to polarise - one US,
one rest of world.
Let me say that this may be more dangerous for the geographic diversity
Two members means 1 rep for the US, 1 rep for Europe, so it makes more
difficult for AP, AF an LAC regions to get one rep.
So it is not (only) that US always will get one rep, but that other three
regions unlikely will have one.
Lack of direct connection from council member to region.
3.Representation. With 2 reps, most ICANN regions
will not be represented by constituency at council. Today most