[dow1tf] Constituency statements and Preliminary report deadlines extended, April 16,May 6
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- Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2004 23:58:55 +0200
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At the GNSO Council teleconference, held on April 1/2, 2004 a motion was
approved extending the deadline for the submission of constituency
statements to the three Whois task forces to APRIL 16 and extending the
deadline for the preliminary reports to MAY 6.
The constituency statements should ideally be consistent with the ICANN
bylaws - GNSO Policy-Development Process.
Section 7, d. Collection of Information.
1. Constituency Statements.
The Representatives will each be responsible for soliciting the position of
their constituencies, at a minimum, and other comments as each
Representative deems appropriate, regarding the issue under consideration.
This position and other comments, as applicable, should be submitted in a
formal statement to the task force chair (each, a "Constituency Statement")
within thirty-five (35) calendar days after initiation of the PDP. Every
Constituency Statement shall include at least the following:
(i) If a Supermajority Vote was reached, a clear statement of the
constituency's position on the issue;
(ii) If a Supermajority Vote was not reached, a clear statement of all
positions espoused by constituency members;
(iii) A clear statement of how the constituency arrived at its position(s).
Specifically, the statement should detail specific constituency meetings,
teleconferences, or other means of deliberating an issue, and a list of all
members who participated or otherwise submitted their views;
(iv) An analysis of how the issue would affect the constituency, including
any financial impact on the constituency; and
(v) An analysis of the period of time that would likely be necessary to
implement the policy.