[CCWG-ACCT] let's stick to the substantive issues on over-empowering GAC and not get personal and start name-calling
kavouss.arasteh at gmail.com
Fri Jan 29 22:43:50 UTC 2016
Position of some people from the very begining was hard and inflexible
They are not looking for any compromise .Tha does not work
Some people defending particular external entity ( outside CCWG ) THAT IS
NOT FAIR EITHER.
we v can not make evry body happy but we could try to make evrybody equally
happay or equally unhappy.
CONSTANT OBJECTION TO ONE PARTICULAR AC seems unfair
Constant and continued objection to a gien issue is simple but proposing a
soltion is difficult and requires skills MULTICULTURALISM AND SPIRIT
OF understanding other's problem
2016-01-29 23:02 GMT+01:00 Seun Ojedeji <seun.ojedeji at gmail.com>:
> So this does not generate another long thread and so that things are not
> logged out of context. I was at the last meeting (though audio only), I did
> not observe any "people painting" but i heard people repeating their points
> as much as possible while the co-chairs tried as much as possible to
> maintain focus of the discussion to maximise time.
> On 29 Jan 2016 8:06 p.m., "Robin Gross" <robin at ipjustice.org> wrote:
>> I was rather disappointed by the approach taken in yesterday’s meeting to
>> address concerns about the excessive and improperly balanced power being
>> given to GAC in this “accountability” process.
>> Rather than trying to paint *people* as unsympathetic or
>> “anti-government”, it is better to address the *arguments *presented by
>> those who are uncomfortable with this level of control being handed to GAC
>> through this process. There are legitimate concerns about over-empowering
>> one segment relative the existing structure and balance among SO-ACs, and
>> those concerns should be addressed on their merit, without the need to
>> resort to name-calling.
>> Please don’t make this a debate about people who hold concerns, but
>> rather stick to the substantive issues.
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