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[rpd] Policy Development Working Group co-Chairs selection
fatimamounbrahim at gmail.com
Sun Apr 11 10:46:26 UTC 2021
Before moving on, there are three issues that still remain unanswered :
1, Why are we disqualifying Anthony from the running? Did he violate any
CPM rules? Are there criteria for a co-chair he does not fill? If you think
he should not be a co-chair then by all means do not vote for him, but allow
him to run. Nobody should hinder him based on a technicality that could be
potentially moved for others like the deadline.
2, Any elected co-chair now should only serve until the next meeting where
we can elect legitimate co-chair following the CPM. They should not
overstay their terms.
3, What happened to the candidacy of Ibeanusi? Why’d you just drop him? He
should be an eligible candidate as well. There should be a vote, and it
seems like somebody is trying hard to subvert that...
Le dim. 11 avr. 2021 à 06:21, Noah <noah at neo.co.tz> a écrit :
> On Sat, Apr 10, 2021 at 11:04 PM Owen DeLong via RPD <rpd at afrinic.net>
>> > On Apr 10, 2021, at 10:20 , chair at afrinic.net wrote:
>> > Dear Policy Development Working Group,
>> > The Board of Directors would like to congratulate the Policy
>> Development Working Group (PDWG) on taking a consensus-based approach for
>> the selection of PDWG co-Chairs.
>> > The Board considered the provisions of the Consolidated Policy Manual
>> with respect to the selection of PDWG co-Chairs and the staggered terms for
>> the PDWG co-Chairs. The Board would like to confirm its approval, as an
>> exceptional measure, to have Mr Vincent Ngundi and Mr Darwin da Costa
>> complete the term of the last Co-Chairs and further serve a duration
>> required to make a 2 year and 1 year term respectively.
>> Excuse me, but where in the CPM or the bylaws did the board get the
>> authority to approve or deny this at all?
> Actually provision 11.2 of the AFRINIC Bylaws gives the AFRINIC Board the
> powers to call a Public Policy Meeting which is attended by Afrinic
> resource members and anyone interested in the Number Resources Management
> policy in which case the PDWG.
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