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Proceso de Desarrollo de Políticas (PDP) de la GNSO sobre las recomendaciones de políticas en materia de los mecanismos de protección de derechos para las OIG-OING a ser presentadas ante la Junta Directiva de la ICANN

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Fecha de apertura: 11 de julio de 2019 Fecha de cierre: 20 de agosto de 2019
Organización de origen: Apoyo para el Desarrollo de Políticas
Categorías/etiquetas: Desarrollo de políticas
Breve descripción general:

Propósito: el propósito de este periodo de comentario público es recibir las perspectivas de la comunidad con antelación a las acciones de la Junta Directiva respecto de determinadas recomendaciones finales en materia de políticas surgidas del PDP de la Organización de Apoyo para Nombres Genéricos sobre el acceso de las OIG-OING a los mecanismos correctivos de protección de derechos.

Situación actual: el Consejo de la GNSO aprobó las recomendaciones 1 a 4 de este PDP en su reunión llevada a cabo el 18 de abril de 2019. El Consejo de la GNSO no aprobó la recomendación 5. Por lo tanto, dicha recomendación no está comprendida en este periodo de comentario público.

Próximos pasos: se espera que la Junta Directiva de la ICANN se reúna para analizar sus acciones respecto de las cuatro recomendaciones aprobadas una vez concluido este periodo de comentario público.


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