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[rpd] Query on appeal

Alan Barrett alan.barrett at
Wed Dec 5 13:21:06 UTC 2018

> On 1 Dec 2018, at 14:04, Andrew Alston <Andrew.Alston at> wrote:
> Hi PDWG Appeal Committee.

I am replying because I think that the Appeal Committee may consider the questions out of scope for them.

> The policy actually says – within 2 weeks from public knowledge of the decision – does a pronouncement on the floor constitute public knowledge in a streamed meeting?

Yes, the announcement on the floor of the public meeting was the instant that the decision became public knowledge.

> Secondly – I wish the PDWG Appeal committee to comment on what happens to a last call process if the decision to last call is under appeal pending adjudication.  I would assume that the last call process would be suspended and cannot proceed until the adjudication of the appeal has been completed, but I wish to have a formal clarification on this.

According to AFRINIC’s legal advisor, an appeal would have the effect of suspending the last call process whilst awaiting the decision of the appeal committee on the issue of whether the Co-chairs were right or wrong.

Alan Barrett

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