Re: [ga] Nomination Procedure for nominating ICANN Board Director candidates
Bret and all assembly members,
I am also as confused at this announcement as you are Bret. For the
life of me it seems that your assumption regarding this announced election
and the "Black-and-Blueprint" supposed reform effort are jux posed...
Bret Fausett wrote:
> Can someone clarify what we're doing here? I'm a bit confused. By the time
> the new Director elected pursuant to the just announced process would be
> seated, the Reform process will have been completed. I'm assuming that the
> Blueprint, or something very close to it, will be in place at that point,
> which would give the GNSO only two Board seats.
> In the likely event the Blueprint passes, the GNSO then will need to hold
> *new* elections for its two Board seats. Existing DNSO Board representatives
> might be reelected, but I wouldn't favor allowing them to retain their seats
> without standing for election, as that wouldn't account for the GNSO's new
> status (which will have a new make-up to the constituencies) or its new
> Is there a way to compress this process so we don't waste time and effort by
> holding redundant elections?
> -- Bret
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