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注册服务商利益主体组织 (RrSG) 章程修订案(2014 年 5 月)

论坛公告: 评议期开放日: 日期: 2014 年 5 月 30 日
类别/标签: 审核/改进
目的(概要): 2014 年 3 月,注册服务商利益主体组织 (RrSG) 向工作人员提交了一组章程修订案,以便根据修订 GNSO 利益主体组织和社群章程的流程第一阶段进行处理。作为其第二阶段责任的一部分,工作人员将进行审核,并建议另一组修改,由 RrSG 随后批准。然后,理事会的机构改进委员会 (SIC) 将指示工作人员开放一个公众意见论坛,就合并的一组章程修正案向机构群体征询意见。

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