[CCWG-ACCT] Report on Lawyers Call re Human Rights
kavouss.arasteh at gmail.com
Thu Jan 21 08:36:52 UTC 2016
Thank you very much for explanation and further clarifications.
In fact the modified option c which closed to be emerging saying exactly
the same thing due to the fact that
CCWG retains the text as contained in the initial 3rd proposal by adding
“However i)) the effective date of coming into force of this part of
Bylaws ( provisions/language relating to the Human Rights ) are postponed
until the FOI are prepared, finalized and approved as part of work Stream
ii) The IRP process will not be available in regard with Human Right until
the Work Stream 2 effort to further articulate the human rights Framework
for Interpretation is finalized -
I prefer not to refer to " Dorming or Dormant* Bylaws " AS THESE TERMS ARE
NOT EXACTLY LEGALLY VALID
2016-01-21 8:12 GMT+01:00 Nigel Roberts <nigel at channelisles.net>:
> So long as the 'applicable law' clause remains, ICANN will have NO legal
> obligations to respect human rights, post transition, on a literal
> Therefore the proposed addition, whilst harmless, is perfectly otiose.
> There are many lawyers involved in proposing the 'applicable law' language.
> I cannot believe you do not know that there is NO 'applicable law' once
> ICANN is no longer an instrumentality of the state.
> Otherwise please give an example of a single legal provision on human
> rights that would fall under 'applicable law'.
> Just one.
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