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Rapport provisoire des principales parties intéressées

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Annonce Forum: Période de commentaire ouvert le Date: 3 février 2012
  • Domaines de premier niveau
  • Processus de développement des politiques
  • Responsabilité et transparence
Objectif (Brief):

Le rapport provisoire reflète le consensus des membres du groupe de travail sur les questions et les recommandations permettant d’interpréter la politique actuelle et les lignes directrices concernant l'obtention et la documentation du soutien pour les demandes de délégation et de re-délégation des principales parties intéressées. 

Le rapport provisoire présente des recommandations spécifiques réalisées sur la base d’une analyse approfondie des questions concernées et toute la documentation se rapportant au soutien pour la délégation et la re-délégation des demandes de ccTLD impliquant les « parties intéressées ». 

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