[CCWG-ACCT] The GAC made me do it
Mueller, Milton L
milton at gatech.edu
Mon Feb 22 20:38:33 UTC 2016
* If the board wants to implement GAC advice and the community intends to prevent that by recalling the board, the GAC does not even have a say
Ah, Roelof I see. You really have a pretty serious misconception of what this controversy is about. As Becky noted,
> No, the carve out reflects the principle that we have discussed at great
> length. The GAC should not have the authority BOTH to force the Board to
> the negotiating table at any time over any issues and to block community
> challenge of the results of those Board/GAC negotiations. The status of GAC
> Advice differentiates it from any other kind of advice. I suspect that 99.9% of
> the time that challenge will involve an alleged bylaws violations, but maybe
Perhaps if you understand better you will change your mind. AS you can clearly see, the GAC has already had a _unilateral_ say because of its ability to force the board to the negotiating table. NO OTHER SO/AC has that capability. Can you explain to me (and to all others on the list) how you can say they don't have a say?
Why are you supporting two bites at the apple (other than the fact that as a ccTLD who is not regulated by ICANN at all, it doesn't affect you in any way?
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