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ALAC Statement on the IIC - The Way Forward Proposals

  • To: "iic-proposed-bylaws@xxxxxxxxx" <iic-proposed-bylaws@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: ALAC Statement on the IIC - The Way Forward Proposals
  • From: ICANN At-Large Staff <staff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2009 08:06:43 -0800

The At-Large Staff has the honour to transmit to you the ALAC Statement on the 
IIC - The Way Forward Proposals on behalf of the At-Large Advisory Committee. 
It constitutes the input from the ALAC to the public consultation on Proposed 
Bylaw Changes to Improve Accountability.

The original version of this document was composed by Sébastien Bachollet, 
Chair of the At-Large working group on the Future Structure and Governance of 
ICANN and made available for comments from the wider At-Large Community on 16 
July 2009. Sébastien incorporated the comments received on the draft document 
and submitted a first revision to the At-Large Advisory Committee for adoption 
on 18 September 2009.

The Staff started an online vote on the first revision on 23 October 2009, 
which was stopped on 25 October by decision of the ALAC. The Committee decided 
to stop the vote to allow for further discussion on the document. Following 
discussions held during the 25 October ALAC meeting in Seoul, Sébastien 
incorporated comments made on the first revision of the document and submitted 
a second revision to the ALAC, which the ALAC adopted with a 10-0-0 vote during 
its final Seoul session on 29 October.

A copy of this document was sent to the Secretary of ICANN on 30 October for 
distribution to the Board with our compliments.

--
Regards,

Nick Ashton-Hart, Heidi Ullrich, Matthias Langenegger, Gisella Gruber-White
ICANN At-Large Staff
email: staff at atlarge.icann.org

Attachment: AL-ALAC-ST-0609-4 Rev2 Statement on IIC - The Way Forward Proposals - EN.pdf
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