[bc-gnso] Anzaja: resignation

Chris Chaplow chris at andalucia.com
Fri Feb 5 15:42:19 UTC 2010

Dear Liz,

I write in the hopes that you will reconsider you resignation from the BC.

Whilst I understand your point about the need for broader group to tackle
the wide range of issues at stake, this 'problem' is best solved by
continued and ongoing outreach work and encouraging newcomers like myself to
find their feet and eventually stand for elected positions.

As a rank and file member, I thank you for the enormous amount of work that
you have put in to date and hope that you will continue to help ICANN and
the constituency from the inside.

With best regards, 

Chris Chaplow
Managing Director
Andalucía.com S.L.
Avenida del Carmen 9
Ed. Puertosol, Puerto Deportivo
1ª Planta, Oficina 30
Estepona, 29680
Malaga, Spain
Tel: + (34) 952 897 865
Fax: + (34) 952 897 874
E-mail: chris at andalucia.com
Web: www.andalucia.com
Information about Andalucia, Spain.

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-----Mensaje original-----
De: owner-bc-gnso at icann.org [mailto:owner-bc-gnso at icann.org] En nombre de
Liz Williams
Enviado el: viernes, 05 de febrero de 2010 16:14
Para: bc - GNSO list
Asunto: [bc-gnso] Anzaja: resignation

Dear colleagues

There is little point in being part of an organisation so dominated by  
US based interests.  There is nought to congratulate ourselves about  
being so clearly dominated by one particular group when there are such  
broader issues at stake.  We have failed substantially to meet our  
charter obligations and the new executive committee will have a large  
task on its hands to ensure a fresh and innovative approach to  
representing business interests across the board.

I have asked Gary to remove me from BC membership with immediate effect.


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