[CCWG-ACCT] Minority Reports

Chris LaHatte chris.lahatte at icann.org
Thu Jul 30 00:05:08 UTC 2015

As I see it, one of the important results of this debate is that we try to 
achieve consensus. It is also apparent that there is considerable interest in 
filing minority reports. But the deadline for doing so appears to be very 
tight, and I am not sure of the rationale for doing so. There is always a need 
for an appropriate amount of time to properly draft a dissenting report. In my 
view it would be unfortunate if those who wish to file minority reports were 
excluded by a timetable which prohibited proper consideration. I raise this as 
an issue of fairness, and wonder if it is possible to extend this out a little 


Chris LaHatte


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