[council] FW: Vote on the GNSO call
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- Subject: [council] FW: Vote on the GNSO call
- From: "Seo, June" <jseo@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 7 Feb 2006 15:13:51 -0500
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- Thread-topic: Vote on the GNSO call
FYI - I would like to clarify my intentions around my proxy statement during
the initial voting procedure in Yesterday's call.
From: Seo, June
Sent: Tuesday, February 07, 2006 10:03 AM
Subject: RE: Vote on the GNSO call
Thank you very much for your note. I hereby verify that I voted "No" on the
Just to clarify my intentions for the proxy statement I made during the initial
voting procedure, I think I should have made statements in advance on why I
wanted to do it earlier than my proxy statement. As I mentioned during the
call, I am in the Council to represent my constituency's position, not my
personal one. The Articles of Operations of the gTLD Constituency also require
me to represent the views of the Constituency. I do not believe there are any
conflicts of interests for me to vote in this motion, but I wanted to avoid any
probable misperceptions of conflicts of interests by giving my proxy to Ken.
For the Washington meetings, I will not be able to attend due to other prior
Thanks and Regards,
From: GNSO.SECRETARIAT@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:gnso.secretariat@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, February 07, 2006 6:10 AM
To: Seo, June
Subject: Vote on the GNSO call
It was great that you were on the call last night and I hope that you are well
recovered from your surgical intervention.
Thank you for your Interest Statement.
I would just like to check with you what your vote was on the GNSO council call
on February 6, 2006.
I have noted the following, but please correct me and add what comments you
"Council resolves to initiate a Policy Development Process in line with it's 17
January 2006 request for an issues report the intent of which was to address
the broader policy issues raised."
Vote: 19 votes in favour, Marilyn Cade, Philip Sheppard, Grant Forsyth,
(CBUC) Ute Decker, Kiyoshi Tsuru, (IPC) Tony Holmes, Tony Harris, Greg Ruth,
(ISPCPC) Robin Gross (NCUC), Bruce Tonkin (2), Ross Rader (2), Tom Keller
(2)(Registrars constituency), Maureen Cubberley, Sophia Bekele, Avri Doria
(Nominating committee appointees), (18 votes) Kiyoshi Tsuru voted a proxy in
favour for Lucy Nichols (IPC) who was absent.
6 votes against, Cary Karp (2), Ken Stubbs (2), June Seo (2)(gTLD registries
1 abstention Mawaki Chango (NCUC)
1 person was not on the call and did not provide a proxy, Norbert Klein (NCUC)"
Would you please also let me know whether you will attending the Washington
meetings on the 24 and 25 February 2006.
Thank you so very much
Glen de Saint Géry
GNSO Secretariat - ICANN