Re: [council] Term of the next GNSO Council chair
It is the same for the RC.
Am 16.04.2007 schrieb Gomes, Chuck:
> I can only speak for the RyC. Our reps vote the wishes of the
> constituency. It is possible for a split vote if for example the
> interests of the sTLDs were different than the uTLDs, but I do not think
> that has ever happened.
> Chuck Gomes
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> > Subject: Re: [council] Term of the next GNSO Council chair
> > On 16 apr 2007, at 14.10, Gomes, Chuck wrote:
> > > Assuming that Council reps, with the exception of the NomComm
> > > appointees, would be voting the wishes of their constituencies,
> > a question on this:
> > On votes like this, do constituencies always mandate the
> > voting of the representatives, or do they ever leave it open
> > for the representative to voter her or his preference, e.g.
> > was the vote for seat 13, by constituency or by council
> > member? Are there occasions where a constituency is split on
> > candidates? what happens in those cases - due they do a
> > mandated split of the vote, i.e. reps a, b vote for x and
> > repc vote for y?
> > a.
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