RE: [soac-mapo] Updated Letter
- To: "Jon Nevett" <jon@xxxxxxxxxx>, "soac-mapo" <soac-mapo@xxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: RE: [soac-mapo] Updated Letter
- From: "Gomes, Chuck" <cgomes@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2011 16:00:42 -0500
In our call today, we decided to allow 24 hours for any further
responses to this letter; therefore, all responses must be received not
later than 21:00 UTC on Friday, 7 January 2011. After that time I will:
* Finalize the letter by making any minor edits that do not
change the substance of what was discussed in the call today.
* If more substantial changes are suggested, I will look for
other comments on this list during the 24-hour period and will append
any objections as appropriate.
* Send the letter to the Board.
Sorry for the short deadline, but the Board requested a response by 7
From: owner-soac-mapo@xxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-soac-mapo@xxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Jon Nevett
Sent: Thursday, January 06, 2011 3:27 PM
Subject: [soac-mapo] Updated Letter
Rec6 CWG Colleagues:
Thanks for everyone's time on today's call. Attached are redline and
clean versions of the proposed letter to the Board. Please review and
let the group know if you have any changes/substantive objections. We
always have the option -- as we discussed on the call -- to append any
objections from group members if they so desire.
Please also take a close look at the last paragraph of the letter
related to the name of the Rec6 objections. This came out of our final
few minutes on the call. For one, I probably would delete this
paragraph. It seems a bit petty and not all that helpful, but I don't
feel strongly enough by any means to append an objection on it. I found
an e-mail from Marika on September 13th with the following poll results,
which I think somewhat weakens some of the points made on the call:
a. "Objections Based on the Principles of Ordre Public":
b. "Public Order Objections": 0/20
c. "Public Interest Objections": 8/20
d. "Objections Based on General Principles of International
e. "Objections based on the General Principles of Ordre
Public or International Law": 9/20
As discussed, we are trying to have Chuck send the letter to the Board
in the next 24 hours to meet the Board's deadline.