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[rpd] Objections should not require amendments

aleruchi chuku aleruchichuku at
Wed May 9 16:37:22 UTC 2018

If my objection to a proposed policy is simply that the existing one is not flawed, what form of amendment would you expect me to make? 
If I object to a specific issue on a policy or proposal and i have a better one, then of course it is alright to offer an alternative. Where I do not have an alternative but can clearly outline the problem of the proposed one, then it is alright too. We are supposed to be working for a better afrinic

Making a blanket statement that if one raises an objection then they must provide an amendment is not helpful.



    On Wednesday, May 9, 2018, 5:21:26 PM GMT+1, 1mgirlieadezpet at <1mgirlieadezpet at> wrote:  
 I think that those who object to certain proposals should be allowed to give justifiable reasons for objecting. They MAY suggest a "better way" of rephrasing the policy.
This makes the process "FAIR and OPEN"
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  On Wed, May 9, 2018 at 4:58 PM, Kangamutima zabika Christophe<funga.roho at> wrote:   Mieux vaut éviter la généralisation, dans certains cas on a pas besoin de refaire toute la mouture, on a qu'à adjoindre des amendements valables. Ce qui n'est pas souhaitable c'est le blocage total de la machine. Spécialité préférées de certains contestataires des propositions des politiques

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