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[rpd] Let us do the right thing
oloyede.aa at unilorin.edu.ng
Mon May 23 11:09:06 UTC 2022
Based on events recently I do not see the Board, committee or even
sometimes AFRINIC staff themselves doing anything apart from what the
board chair and co wants to do even if it's against the rules. They are out
to just achieve anything they want to achieve by twisting the rules
believing that if you disagree or point out that the rules are not being
followed they just ignore you and move on
At this point, I think the way out is to approach the courts in Mauritius
to examine the legitimacy of the so called current cochairs. If they were
legitimate. This would also mean asking the courts to determine if all
thier supposed actions and inactions are legitimate.
Let the courts look at the books of AFRINIC and determine if the right
thing has been done.
On Mon, 23 May 2022, 10:33 Taiwo Oye, <taiwo.oyewande88 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Polite notice:
> I have missed some previous emails due to my schedule. This mail is
> written based on the information I have. I am opened to be directed aright.
> Dear all,
> Last year:
> There was an unexpected vacuum in the chairman position of the PDWG. This
> lead to a situation defined in section 3.6 of the CPM “varying the process”
> where laid down principles and guidelines can be distorted based on
> agreement of the WG.
> This variation gave birth to a brilliant matrix that brought about the
> selection of the current cochairs.
> To the best of my knowledge, this brilliant matrix wasn’t further
> discussed and made policy to stand the test of time. Therefore, the matrix
> should rightfully be trashed after that particular situation.
> This year:
> There is a vacuum in the sit of one of the cochairs. This is a normal
> situation, there is a laid down process for handling this situation. Why
> are we still using the trashed matrix (pardon my French)
> I think the right thing is
> - A policy be drafted and discussed to put this matrix to law. (I actually
> think this matrix is brilliant and will be willing to work with anyone
> interested to making it law)
> - according to guiding laid down procedures. I don’t think this matrix is
> allowed just yet as a means of selection, election or screening
> - therefore. Ithink the NomCom, election committee and the entire afrinic
> community at large should do the right thing and prepare for a election
> between the four candidates in Mauritius.
> Ithink this is necessary to avoid a lawless system, set bad precedence and
> also avoid legal action against afrinic.
> Kind regards.
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> RPD at afrinic.net
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