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Options à long terme pour ajuster le calendrier des révisions

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Date d'ouverture : 14 mai 2018 Date de clôture : 31 juillet 2018
Organisation à l'origine de la consultation : Stratégie multipartite et initiatives stratégiques (MSSI)
Catégories/Étiquettes : Révisions/Améliorations, Responsabilité/Transparence, Statuts constitutifs
Bref aperçu : Dans le cadre de cette consultation publique, la communauté est invitée à nous faire part de ses retours sur les options à long-terme proposées pour établir un calendrier plus raisonnable de révisions de l'ICANN (spécifiques et organisationnelles) qui permette de respecter ses obligations en matière de responsabilité et de transparence de manière plus pratique et durable. La proposition fournit des détails sur les difficultés que pose le calendrier actuel des révisions organisationnelles et spécifiques. Cela inclut les contraintes auxquelles est soumise l'organisation ICANN pour mener ces révisions conformément aux prévisions des statuts constitutifs, ainsi qu'une discussion sur les principes et les options connexes que la communauté peut vouloir considérer. L'objectif est de développer un calendrier de révisions plus réaliste et durable pour l'avenir.
Lien : https://www.icann.org/public-comments/reviews-long-term-timeline-2018-05-14-en

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