[CCWG-ACCT] let's stick to the substantive issues on over-empowering GAC and not get personal and start name-calling

Seun Ojedeji seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Fri Jan 29 22:02:42 UTC 2016

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.
> Thanks,
> Robin
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