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[rpd] Appeal Committee Terms of Reference (Version 1)

sm+afrinic at sm+afrinic at
Wed Jul 19 18:21:18 UTC 2017

Hi Andrew,
At 10:17 19-07-2017, Andrew Alston wrote:
>It could address the concern if 5.3.f made it clear that the public 
>knowledge of the decision is deemed to be from the date of 
>publication of the referred to minutes, but that then needs to be 
>explicit.  Without that being explicit, it could easily be construed 
>that public knowledge of the lack of consensus, or consensus, for a 
>given policy is known when the decision is announced on the floor of 
>the policy meeting.  Obviously in the case of appeals against 
>decisions made at the end of last call process, the 14 day countdown 
>would begin once an email announcing the end of last call period is 
>announced.  So what I am saying applies specifically to decisions 
>made in the context of a public policy meeting.
>I am not 2 bothered about if we count the 14 days from the date of 
>the PDP meeting or the date of the publication of the minutes, but 
>it needs to be explicitly stated.

Thank you for the above explanation.  I'll list it as an issue.

S. Moonesamy 

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