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延期通知:《董事会——提名委员会工作组报告(BWG-NomCom)》的公共评议期现已延长

《董事会——提名委员会工作组报告(BWG-NomCom)》的公共评议期现已延长。在ICANN第51届会议上,鉴于社群对本报告极其重视,并考虑到本主题对ICANN未来治理工作的重要性,该报告的公共评议期现已延至2014年11月30日,回复期延至2015年1月9日。

本《BWG-NomCom》报告旨在作为一项提案,以促进讨论,并提出替代性的理念。董事会欢迎社群就《BWG-NomCom》建言献策;针对这份报告所获的建议对提名委员会的架构有着潜在影响。报告建议可能将增加来自ccNSO和ASO的任命人数,而减少来自GNSO的任命人数。GAC可自行决定是否增加GAC的代表人数总而言之,提名委员会的规模将从目前的21人增至25-27人。

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