Re: [ispcp] SECRETARIAT: Proposal for Election by Acclamation
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- Subject: Re: [ispcp] SECRETARIAT: Proposal for Election by Acclamation
- From: "Antonio Harris" <harris@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2003 14:47:20 -0300
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I support the nominee slate
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark McFadden" <ireland@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2003 3:36 PM
Subject: [ispcp] SECRETARIAT: Proposal for Election by Acclamation
> ISP and Connectivity Providers Constituency Group
> Domain Name Supporting Organization - ICANN
> GNSO ISPCP REPRESENTATIVES - PROPOSAL FOR ELECTION BY ACCLAMATION
> 11 November 2003
> In the last two weeks the ISPCP Secretariat has put out a call for
> nominations for the new GNSO Council. As a constituency we have
> three positions to fill.
> Of the three representatives,
> - one must be identified for a 2 year term
> - two will serve a one year term (until end of annual meeting in 2004)
> Three people from the Constituency have been nominated and each has
> confirmed his interest in serving the constituency in this role.
> The nominees are:
> Tony Holmes (British Telecom)
> Tony Harris (CABASE)
> Greg Ruth (Verizon)
> The Secretariat would like to propose that we elect this slate of
> nominees, effective 15 November 2003, by general acclamation of the
> constituency. The Secretariat further proposes that Mr Tony Holmes
> fill the slot identified for a 2 year term.
> Our constituency has used this process before when the number of
> nominees exactly matches the number of positions being filled.
> Objections to this proposal must be presented to the Secretariat
> by Friday, 15 November 2003. Any objection received by the
> Secretariat will result in the Secretariat executing a traditional
> voting election within the Constituency.
> This mail requests that you either support the slate of nominated
> candidates for the GNSO Council or raise an objection. The
> will announce the results of the Constituency vote on this proposal
> at 2200 GMT, 15 November 2003.
> Objections should be sent to the constituency mailing list or to
> If you have questions relating to the election, the constituency
> Articles or the election process please contact the Secretariat
> of the constituency:
> Mark McFadden at