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RE: [ga] Fwd: ICANN prepares a Congressional fix with Rick White's GIP inspir...
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- From: R.Gaetano@iaea.org
- Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 14:20:19 +0200
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> Dnsipv6@aol.com wrote:
> > Roberto and everybody else,
> > Roberto, it seems that you have not been paying very close
> > attention. Rick White is not a member of the GA and as such
> > cannot be nominated or elected in accordance with the DNSO
> > bylaws and the procedure at www.dnso.org for the questionable
> > election process.
Maybe I didn't pay attention - I already wrote to Mikki/Gordon that I might
have missed something - but where is it written that the person to be
nominated has to be a member of the GA?
Als he is an elected government official
> and as such
> > under the ICANN bylaws cannot hold any office in ICANN or any
> > of it's SO's.
I thought he *was* an elected government official, but he no longer is.
Maybe government officials are like the Boy Scouts - once you become a
Scout, you are a Scout forever?
> > David "Dude" Jenson
> > In a message dated 99-10-12 04:05:20 EDT, R.Gaetano@iaea.org writes:
> > << Subj: RE: [ga] Fwd: ICANN prepares a Congressional
> fix with Rick
> > White's GIP inspired candidacy
> > Date: 99-10-12 04:05:20 EDT
> > From: R.Gaetano@iaea.org
> > Sender: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
> > CC: email@example.com
> > Mikki,
> > You wrote (on behalf of Gordon Cook, who reads in copy):
> > >
> > > >>
> > > >>As ICANN moves to break its by laws one more time by
> nominating and
> > > >>then placing ex congressman Rick White on its board
> lets look one
> > > >>more time at its origins.
> > > >>
> > I must have missed something.
> > How is it that Rick White's nomination is considered to
> break ICANN's laws?
> > What I see at http://www.dnso.org/nominees/rwh.html is a
> list of more than
> > 10 supporters. Provided that they are either subscribed to
> GA-List or any of
> > the other lists that give the right to nominate/support
> (and that should be
> > easily verifyable - probably it has already been done by
> > the nomination looks perfectly legal to me.
> > A different question is how comes that a candidate is
> coming out of the
> > blue, supported by a (small) list of people that for the
> most part have
> > never posted a single message to the GA so far. But that's life.
> > Let's be clear: I am not supporting at all Rick White as
> candidate, and
> > personally think that his election is not in the best
> interest of the
> > Internet, but I am not willing to endorse the fraud
> theory, unless proven.
> > So, please, if you have elements that prove the fraud,
> please present them
> > before the election is done, in the interest of us all. If
> you don't, feel
> > free to continue in your campaign, but don't expect to be listened.
> > Regards
> > Roberto
> > >>
> Jeffrey A. Williams
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