[CCWG-ACCT] [Ws2-jurisdiction] Documents for upcoming meeting

Paul Rosenzweig paul.rosenzweig at redbranchconsulting.com
Thu Jun 15 13:34:57 UTC 2017

This cannot go unanswered.  After nearly a year of fruitless discussion, about issues that the majority of the Subgroup thought were irrelevant and/or outside of our mandate, the subgroup finally decided to move on.  The questions were amply aired and debated.  This was not a coup from the top.  On the contrary it reflect the views of the subgroup which simply did not share your view.  




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It gives me no pleasure to report that a coup from the top was achieved at yesterday's call based meeting of the jurisdiction sub-group. The CCWG and sub group chairs together simply decided that the CCWG jurisdiction sub-group will no longer discuss the jurisdiction question, however paradoxical and comical it sounds. What they actually proclaimed was of course more circuitously worded -- something like, people can discuss the jurisdiction question as long as it is not, even by any distant implication, about any change in the jurisdictional status quo!! Wonder, what really then is the jurisdiction issue that they can discuss, but then Orwell did tell us a lot about such political speak. One is also reminded of the consumer's unlimited right to buy black Ford cars. 

regretfully, parminder

On Wednesday 14 June 2017 11:50 AM, Greg Shatan wrote:



In addition to the agenda, the summaries we will discuss are attached.


Also attached is the chart containing the "raw" statements made during the prior call (plus the changes suggested by Thiago on the list), as well as a distillation of those statements (since a number were essentially repetitive or overlapping).



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