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[rpd] Nomcom feedback to PDWG
dewole at forum.org.ng
Sat Jun 8 19:05:52 UTC 2019
A simple solution to clear any confusion would be for the Nomination
Committee to send out a fresh announcement listing the final slate of
candidates after their considerations have been done.
Elections Committee should at this point also state how the seats would
be filled so that everyone is clear about that. There have been
suggestions on how to fill the positions; better to sort them out now
rather than waste scarce time on the policy day.
My suggestion (and I may be biased) is this:
Since a current co-chair (Sami) is running, show of hands to see if the
working group is in support of Sami retaining his seat. If majority in
support of Sami continuing, then remainder of the election is for one
seat going to whichever of the remaining candidates has the maximum votes.
If the outcome of the first vote is not in favour of current co-chair
taking a seat by default, then second round of voting can be for 2 seats
possibly using the option of higher votes getting the longer term.
Again, this is just my point of view.
On 6/8/2019 5:25 PM, Ish Sookun wrote:
> Hi Serge,
> On 6/8/19 2:21 PM, Iyedi Goma wrote:
>> The Nomination Committee reviewed the nomination of the persons who
>> submitted their documentation. The Nomination Committee Chair contacted
>> each nominee to notify him/her of the decision.
> Is this particular update referring to all the nominees, nominees that
> complained or only nominees that remained after the NomCom filter.
> The text "persons who submitted their documentation" requires more
> clarity IMHO.
> Ish Sookun
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