[council] Other issues in the Policy Staff recommendation for transition
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- Subject: [council] Other issues in the Policy Staff recommendation for transition
- From: Avri Doria <avri@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 29 Aug 2009 14:11:59 -0400
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· How Council vacancies, if any, will be handled during the
I do not understand this question.
What is the transition period: 23-30 October 2009? or xx October
2009 - xx October 2011? Or some other interval between those two?
And in any case why would this be any different then the way it is
now, i.e. the entity (constituency, SG or nomcom) that chose the
person, replaces the person for the balance of the replaced person's
· For each Stakeholder Group, how each assigned Council seat to
take effect at the 2009 ICANN annual meeting will be filled, whether
through a continuation of an existing term or a new election or
Isn't this an issue for each of the SGs. Or is there a belief that
this should be standardized across all of the SGs? if so, why?
· How it plans to address staggered terms such that the new
GNSO Council preserves as much continuity as reasonably possible; and
I guess this depends on whether we are allowed to let people just
continue with their terms after being reconfirmed, or are not allowed
to do so. As we still have not seen the new Bylaws, it is hard to know.
The other obvious possibility, except for the CSG, is that every
election or appointment would be for the balance of time of a current
council member's term. And it might need some readjustment in the
NCSG depending on whether the Board is using up all of the 2 year
terms thus forcing the NCUC into just having 1 year terms. The CSG
issue if complicated, but as I understand it, they are sing a
constituency based seating model and thus each constituency could
choose one persona for a 1 year term and 1 persona for a two year
Again this seems to be an SG specific issue.
· The effect of Bylaws term limits on each Council member.
Doesn't one just count the number of full terms a council member has
served? if < 2 they can run again, if >2 they can't.