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[ga] no matter may pass out of the DNSO without the explicit approval of the ga
Now we are getting somewhere.
1. Request Mr Gaetano expressly mandate Mr Auerbach to take whatever steps are
required to accomplish a clear statement of the above powers within ICANN rules in
time for the Cairo conference with a view to making a formal presentation of the
ambit and powers of the ga at that conference.
2. Also propose that ga assign itself rights to propose and dispose of DNSO
constituency representatives for malfeasance, etc, should those rights not already
be in place.
3. Request subcommittee be set up to discuss 'pure' censorship issues and discussion
of such matters be adjourned sine die or until such time as the committee reports.
Karl Auerbach wrote:
> > If you MUST discuss this, at least stop telling lies about what the rules say.
> So what do "the rules" say. As far as I know, there are no rules in yet in
> And as I've said, if this group wants to cause my immediate departure, then it can
> adopt censorship, or worse, declare censorship by fiat from on-high.
> > This discussion is, for the most part moot, and is right now the single largest
> obstacle to getting real substantive discussion going. If you want substantive
> discussion nobody is stopping you.
> How about this:
> There is an item on the floor, a remnant from the LA ICANN meeting about
> the GA obtaining the power such that no matter may pass out of the DNSO
> without the explicit approval of the GA.
> As far as I see it, a GA that has no power is a pretty sad thing when that
> GA is being sold as an alternative to "constituency" status for those who
> aren't among the select few special interests.
> So, pick up the challange: change the subject line and start talking about
> how the GA becomes something more than an excuse.
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