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Re: [ga] We "decided" to defer the election of our ICANN board seats
"Mark C. Langston" wrote:
> On 17 September 1999, Javier <email@example.com> wrote:
> >Your statement is not correct. As stated in the bylaws, candidates must be
> >nominated by the GA. The NC has decided that candidates much receive the
> >support of ten members of the GA to be considered. Anybody subscribed to
> >the GA list, the Announce list or any of the constituency lists is
> >considered a member of the GA of the DNSO.
> >The NC has no role whatsoever in the nominations.
> You don't see the contradiction here, do you?
> However, I'll offer you a chance to stick by what you've just said.
> Since the NC has no role whatsoever in the nominations, I propose that
> the GA hold an election. In this election, the GA will vote for 3
> individuals who maat the necessary criteria for the ICANN BoD. These
> three names will be handed to the NC. The NC can then deliver them to
> the ICANN BoD for us.
You are wrong, I am afraid, and Javier is right. The procedure is
a) the GA nominates.
b) the NC votes.
The NC as a body plays no part in making nominations. Which is exactly what
I understood Javier to mean.
To be duly elected a successful candidate for the ICANN Board from the DNSO
must receive an affirmative vote of more than 50% of the Names Council.
Simple, isn't it?
> After all, the NC has no role whatsoever in the nominations. I say
> that the GA should nominate 3 qualified people for the ICANN BoD.
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