[Community-Discuss] Accountability assessment - quorum

Arnaud AMELINA amelnaud at gmail.com
Fri Sep 30 14:09:01 UTC 2016

Dear CEO, we appreciate  your contributions and clarification. However we
would like to remind you that your position does not allow you to make
decisions unilaterally, or to intervene in favor of options or proposals.
Good governance require you to remain neutral as you are the one in charge
of building consensus.



Le 30 sept. 2016 12:25, "Alan Barrett" <alan.barrett at afrinic.net> a écrit :

> Hi Ashok,
> > On 30 Sep 2016, at 15:27, Ashok Radhakissoon <ashok at afrinic.net> wrote:
> >
> > Dear Alan,
> > I am only replying to you on this as I advise the Board only.It is only
> during an AGMM, when called upon, that i intervene.
> Actually, you replied to the mailing list, but no harm done.  I am also
> replying to the mailing list, and I have asked for the mailing list
> configuration to be changed so that it does not automatically add a
> “Reply-To” header in future.
> > You are right in stating that the Company's Act takes precedence over
> the bylaws.
> > I recall that after the Cairo election, the Community felt that bringing
> a substantial number of proxies especially from a particular region where
> AFRINIC membership was dense could not from a "community " perspective give
> the best representation for the Africa regions.This is why the limitation
> of the number of proxies was introduced and voted by the community.
> > This provision of the bylaws would in no way withstand legal challenge
> as suggested by
> > Andrew.
> Thank you for the advice.  I suggest that the limit on pnumber of proxies
> should be removed.
> Alan Barrett
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