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Name: Alejandro Pisanty
Date:12 Oct 2022
Other Comments

1. the review must be performed including as reviewers parties designated by processes independent of all SO's and AC's. The vetting process through the SO's and AC's in the recent years (since it was instituted) has given rise to more insidership than ever and this in turn has weakened the reviews to the point of making some of them unworkable. The Board must be at freedom to designate external members. 

2. The paragraph on "consideration of how the review reviews AC's and SO's" in the ALAC statement should be omitted. ALL of ICANN should be reviewed with the same level of rigorous evaluation. THAT is what "HOLISTIC" means.

3. The objectives of the review must include "simplification of all ICANN processes to the utmost achievable level" lest it end up, as the previous ATRT's (we already have three!!), in more bureaucracy and more make-work.


This was submitted as a dissenting opinion to LACRALO.


Yours,


Alejandro Pisanty

Summary of Submission

1. the review must be performed including as reviewers parties designated by processes independent of all SO's and AC's. The vetting process through the SO's and AC's in the recent years (since it was instituted) has given rise to more insidership than ever and this in turn has weakened the reviews to the point of making some of them unworkable. The Board must be at freedom to designate external members. 

2. The paragraph on "consideration of how the review reviews AC's and SO's should be omitted. ALL of ICANN should be reviewed with the same level of rigorous evaluation. THAT is what "HOLISTIC" means.

3. The objectives of the review must include "simplification of all ICANN processes to the utmost achievable level" lest it end up, as the previous ATRT's (we already have three!!), in more bureaucracy and more make-work.


Yours,


Alejandro Pisanty