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Procedimientos electorales propuestos por la Cámara de Partes No Contratadas (NCPH) para cubrir el puesto n.º 14 de la Junta Directiva

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Fecha de apertura: 3 de junio de 2019 Fecha de cierre: 24 de junio de 2019
Organización de origen: Organización de Apoyo para Nombres Genéricos (GNSO)
Categorías/etiquetas: Procedimientos Operativos de la GNSO
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El propósito de este periodo de comentario público es recibir puntos de vista sobre los procedimientos electorales propuestos por la Cámara de Partes No Contratadas (NCPH) para cubrir el puesto n.º 14 de la Junta Directiva de la ICANN. En virtud de la sección 11.3(f)(ii) de los estatutos de la ICANN, la NCPH tiene la responsabilidad de seleccionar un representante para ocupar el puesto n.º 14 de la Junta Directiva. Los procedimientos fueron desarrollados en forma conjunta por los grupos de partes interesadas que integran la NCPH a fin de gestionar el proceso de selección para cubrir el puesto en la Junta Directiva e incluirlo en los Procedimientos Operativos de la GNSO en calidad de anexo.

Enlace: https://www.icann.org/public-comments/ncph-election-procedures-seat-14-2019-06-03-en

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