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正如此前宣布,ICANN将于世界协调时9月15日星期一14:00至16:00时就"加强ICANN问责制和治理流程"一题召开跨社群小组电话会议。鉴于近期已经宣布就这一流程举行为期21天的公共评议期,本次跨社群小组的电话会议仅为介绍性会议。该介绍性会议中不会涉及章程的制定或协调小组人选的选取。特里莎·斯旺哈特(Theresa Swinehart)将主持社群讨论。


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1 如需申请电话拨出服务,请于世界协调时2014年9月15日12:00时前联系:格蕾丝·阿布哈马德(Grace Abuhamad)

2 为了实现透明度,利益相关方们将需要列明来自哪个支持组织/咨询委员会/利益相关方团体。如果没有相关信息,请选择"其他"。标有"其他"标签的利益相关方们则被视为不属于任何具体的支持组织/咨询委员会/利益相关方团体,或为仍处在熟悉阶段的ICANN社群新成员。

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