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[rpd] Opposing the review policy

Eucharia Maryann eucharianene at
Sun Nov 25 08:24:03 UTC 2018

It is true that the internet resources are finite but it shouldn't be
allocated only based on the the operational needs of the end users and the
internet service provider because this is not favourable to AFRINIC and
African region as a whole in the sense that in Africa, only few individuals
can successfully make good use of the advantages of the internet which will
result to allocating a very small portion of the internet number resources
to AFRINIC and will not help AFRINIC get to it's gaol of getting majority
of the Africans to be actively involved in the use of internet because they
have limited internet number resources than to compare to other RIR region
whose members are actively involved in the internet activities and also
makes full use of the internet advantages which enable them to have large
amount of Internet Number Resources because of their members active
involvement in the use of the internet, therefore, if a criteria is needed
for allocating Internet Number resources to RIR then, it should be a
criteria that will be favourable to all the RIR region especially RIR
region with so many underdeveloped countries like AFRINIC in order to
achieve the primary goal of having the internet in the world.
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