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Este documento ha sido traducido a varios idiomas como información únicamente. El texto original y válido (en inglés) se puede obtener en: https://www.icann.org/resources/board-material/resolutions-new-gtld-2015-08-21-en

  1. Orden del día convenido:
    1. Aprobación de actas
  2. Orden del día principal:
    1. Comunicado emitido por el GAC en Buenos Aires
    2. Retirada del Comité para el Programa de Nuevos gTLD
    3. Recomendación del Comité de Gobernanza de la Junta Directiva en relación a .DOCTOR
    4. Temas de la próxima reunión del NGPC

  1. Orden del día convenido:

    1. Aprobación de actas

      Resuélvase (2015.08.21.NG01): El Comité para el Programa de Nuevos gTLD (NGPC) de la Junta Directiva aprueba las actas de las reuniones celebradas los días 6 de junio de 2015 y 21 de junio de 2015.

  2. Orden del día principal:

    1. Comunicado emitido por el GAC en Buenos Aires

      No se adoptó ninguna resolución.

    2. Retirada del Comité para el Programa de Nuevos gTLD

      No se adoptó ninguna resolución.

    3. Recomendación del Comité de Gobernanza de la Junta Directiva en relación a .DOCTOR

      No se adoptó ninguna resolución.

    4. Temas de la próxima reunión del NGPC

      No se adoptó ninguna resolución.

Published on 30 November 2015

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