Re: [ga] Reform in the GA?
There is great work underfoot to use the GA to some larger purpose.
However I believe it may be misplaced. The At Large is a non-entity at the
moment yet it is being extensively reviewed by some grand inquisitor very
much associated with the U.N. But nothing is being done to investigate
the very clear mandate to elect/appoint a chair for the GA, and the DNSO
refusal. I used the term rudderless ship before, it should have been an
I assume most people, and there are a lot, get the posts from this list as
I do. So let me just do something real easy.
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"William X. Walsh" wrote:
> I am writing as a member of this GA, and as a member of an
> organization whose leader is now claiming that one thing that
> organization has accomplished is a "turning of the GA of the DNSO
> I find it odd that anyone who is a member of this assembly can think
> that this assembly has been turned around in a positive fashion, when
> in fact this GA assembly has not been able to accomplish anything as a
> cohesive body. It can't even initiate elections to replace a GA Chair
> whose office long ago expired. It has been unable to even agree on a
> set of principles to put forward for giving itself a real role in the
> So I'd like to know what the other GA members think.
> Has there been a "turning of the GA" around?
> I have to say that the credibility of the person who made this claim
> took a nose dive when he claimed that the IDNO was responsible for
> this so called "turning" around that doesn't appear to have ever
> Best regards,
> William mailto:email@example.com
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