[CCWG-ACCT] report and next steps
nigel at channelisles.net
Fri Feb 19 13:46:42 UTC 2016
Can one of the co-chairs please explain to me -- in simple terms -- the
Objection/Minority procedure in the Charter as referred to by Eberhard.
I understand from Eberhard's statement that a Minority Statement is one
part (probably the most important) of an objection, which may only be
filed by a Member of the WG -- is that correct??
On 19/02/16 13:25, Kavouss Arasteh wrote:
> Dear Thomas,
> After the Minority Statement posted by Olga as a Member of CCWG who is
> eligible to make such statement ,10 more GAC directly or indirectly
> joined joined / supported that statement.This is an important
> development of the serious concerns tabled in regard with ST18,
> threshold for the GAC advice rejection by Board and more importantly
> Carve-Out concept.
> There would therefore a need to reflect in the Report the existence of
> such serious concerns and the increasing supports for the concerns
> raised by Olga.
> Some other GAC governments who are not Member of CCWG could probably
> join to the concerns tabled by Olga.
> That eventual evolution could also be mentioned in the report to inform
> other chartering organisation when they receive the REPORT
> Sent from my iPhone
> On 17 Feb 2016, at 22:09, Thomas Rickert <thomas at rickert.net
> <mailto:thomas at rickert.net>> wrote:
>> Dear CCWG-Accountability,
>> We wanted to inform you that the revisions have been made from the
>> comments that have been received from the lawyers, several community
>> members, and from the 16 February call. These have been incorporated
>> into the sections that were noted. The graphics are being revised and
>> will be placed in the final version of the text per the suggestions
>> that have been submitted to date.
>> *The revised sections have been posted at
>> https://community.icann.org/x/iw2AAw for your final review. We have
>> also posted a documents that tracks all the comments — and subsequent
>> changes **made — between the 12 February and 17 February documents. *
>> The schedule presented on the 16 February call that we are following
>> to conclude our current work on Work Stream 1 has been updated.
>> *12 Feb* — Report sent by 22:00 UTC to the CCWG Leadership Team and
>> CCWG Legal Counsel for review with all materials posted on the Wiki
>> (https://community.icann.org/x/iw2AAw) for everyone to view.
>> *15 Feb* — Report updated (if needed) to incorporate edits from CCWG
>> Leadership Team and Legal.
>> *17 Feb*— Report sent to CCWG for 48-hour review (and posted on the
>> Wiki at https://community.icann.org/x/iw2AAw).
>> */To ensure that all comments from our CCWG Leadership Team and Legal
>> counsel were accurately incorporated for the full group review period,
>> distribution to the CCWG was updated to 17 Feb. To maintain the
>> 48-hour review period, all subsequent proposal finalization dates have
>> been extended one day./ /All other dates have been retained./*
>> *18 Feb at 17:00 UTC *– Minority statements due for incorporation into
>> Final Report.
>> *19 Feb *– Final Report sent to Chartering Organizations for
>> consideration and approval.
>> Once the Final Report is in the hands of your organizations, these are
>> the expected dates for the final steps, as we discussed on the
>> Transition Program Facilitation
>> <https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/transition-facilitation-2015-09-23-en> call
>> this past Tuesday:
>> *25 Feb* – CWG-Stewardship sign-off letter delivered to Chartering
>> Organizations, then to ICG.
>> *By 9 Mar* at the latest – Sign-off on Final Report by Chartering
>> Organizations at ICANN55 in Marrakech (in time for the Board to consider).
>> *10 Mar* – Public Board Meeting and hand over from ICANN Board to NTIA.
>> Based on the updated schedule, minority statements must be submitted
>> no later than *18 February at 17:00 UTC *to allow for the final
>> supplemental proposal to be produced and ready for distribution to the
>> Chartering Organizations on 19 February.
>> If you have any questions about our timeline or suggestions for our
>> process, please let us know how we can assist.
>> Mathieu, León and Thomas
>> CCWG-Accountability Co-Chairs
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