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Borrador del Informe final del grupo de trabajo de revisión del ALAC

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Inicio: 11 de febrero de 2009
Finalización: 17 de abril de 2009

Explicación: El grupo de trabajo de revisión del ALAC ha publicado su borrador del Informe final [PDF, 309K] donde da a conocer sus conclusiones sobre las mejoras del ALAC. El informe está publicado para que sea analizado y para recibir los comentarios de la comunidad del ICANN, incluso en la próxima reunión de ICANN en México en marzo de 2009. Después del término del período de consulta y comentarios del público, se emitirá el Informe Final y se presentará al Comité de mejoras estructurales para su evaluación y presentación para la decisión.

El borrador del Informe final (original: en inglés) se encuentra en:

Si desea obtener más información acerca de la Revisión de ALAC, consulte la página Revisión sobre el ALAC.

Miembro del personal responsable: Marco Lorenzoni

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