[lac-discuss-en] Some thoughts and questions regarding Venezuela Harold arches Internauta

Roosevelt King rok at bango.org.bb
Thu Sep 3 23:23:19 UTC 2015

If this is so, what makes this process legitimate? Certainly not as
legitimate as the first process? It means that LACRALO rejected a legitimate
process to stage an illegitimate one? Have to wonder about the intentions,
objectives and goals of ICANN and its multi-stakeholder process. How could
injustice be so blatantly allowed? How could the ombudsman be used to
perpetrate such injustice? Exactly what is ICANN? They say a society can be
judged by the way they treat their elderly... well ICANN will certainly be
judged by how it treats its minorities. It boggles the mind... What is a
multi-stakeholder process if it smothers minorities?


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 Subject: Some thoughts and questions regarding Venezuela Harold arches
 From: devtee at gmail.com

 Since the call with the candidates yesterday, I am still puzzled that a
person, Harold arches Internauta Venezuela than ever learned in  LACRALO
At-Large or until the end of July 2015, has not attended a  F2F meeting of
ICANN, not meet the requirements of ALAC it is serious  It is considered as
a candidate to represent LACRALO ALAC level  represent the interests of
Internet users in Latin America and  Caribbean. 

 ALAC requirements as its RP, as Jacqueline published in the  list

 mentions the following

 "D) Demonstrated capacity for thoughtful group decision-making and
good judgment, and a history of working to build consensus with  diverse set
of interests working together on policy issues  complex. 

 e) The effective capacity chairing meetings and providing leadership and
support teams or committees. 

 g) In accordance with the recent recommendations of the review of the ALAC 
 adopted by the ICANN Board, ALAC should have 
 proficiency in spoken and written English for the committee work so 
 ALAC effective and allow Members to engage effectively in the environment 
 General ICANN. " 

 As a newcomer to At-Large, Harold can not talk to these 
 requirements. In yesterday's call, Harold mentioned in the call 
 You can spend 5 hours a month to ALAC and this is the lack of time
 with ALAC requirements document that requires a minimum of 20 hours per
 excluding hours F2F ICANN meeting.Moreover, a candidate must 
 to add an additional average of 10 hours per month for GT as At-Large 
 It indicated in the requirements document ALAC. 

 I can not blame Harold for not knowing this because it is a newcomer, 
 but this lack of knowledge and experience goes against what being 
 Harold ALAC member and need more time to learn more about and 
 participate in At-Large. 

 Some other questions that come out of yesterday's call: 

 - The representative of Venezuela Internauta is Sergio Bronstein. It is
 Arcos ELA representative Internauta Venezuela? If so, when 
 this change occurred? 

 Best regards, 

 Dev Anand 

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