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Sun May 28 21:58:39 UTC 2017
Well I think that the right thing is that my ALAC vote should be aligned with the NARALO recommendation vote!
> On May 28, 2017, at 3:48 PM, Alan Greenberg <alan.greenberg at mcgill.ca> wrote:
> The ICANN Bylaws and the ALAC RoP both say that this NomCom delegates are selected by the ALAC in consultation with the RALOs.
> We have had a number of cases over the years where a RALO has submitted multiple names for the ALAC to choose, sometimes with a preference or background reason, and sometimes without. For the record, that included at least one occurrence from NARALO. The ALAC may choose the "less preferred candidate" if there is one, or can go outside the provided list and select someone else if the ALAC feels that this is warranted. This has happened. There is no doubt (in my mind) that if the ALAC chooses to do this, it will duly consider the implications (with respect to the RALO) of doing so.
> In terms of timing, there is no great rush, as the names are not needed until the travel deadline for the November meeting, but the selection is typically done soon after the names are provided to the ALAC. This year, with the somewhat unusual situation of four names being provided by APRALO, without any real guidance to the ALAC, we will have to carefully consider how this should be done to ensure the ALAC makes a wise decision. So it may take a bit longer to decide how we do this.
> At 28/05/2017 03:02 PM, Judith Hellerstein wrote:
>> HI Evan,
>> I also thought this was weird but Dev Anand said this happened a couple of times in LACRALO. The recommended candidate was not chosen and another candidate was chosen. Also for APRALO, they are asking ALAC to make the selection from the 4 referred candidates. When a question was asked as to why they were not having elections they stated that APRALO can choose to send all its candidates name to ALAC and for ALAC to make the choice. NOMCOM uses different rules than what we, in NARALO, currently use for elections and so the election for NOMCOM was just a preference and not a choice.
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>>> On 5/28/2017 2:54 PM, Evan Leibovitch wrote:
>>> On 28 May 2017 at 14:34, Glenn McKnight <mcknight.glenn at gmail.com > wrote:
>>> the NOMCOM goes through a secondary stage of assessment from ALAC. Our NARALO
>>> vote resulted in the NARALO majority recommending Leah Symekher to the ALAC as the Delegate to the Nominating Committee for the period of one year beginning at the end of the ICANN60 Meeting in November 2017. Note that ALAC looks at both candidates in coming up with their final decision .
>>> There needs to be a compelling reason for the ALAC to not endorse the elected recommendation from a region. Such a rejection is (and should be) rare, and I can't recall it ever happening.
>>> Not absolutely sure when ALAC makes their decision. I will ask Alan Greenberg for timelines. I assume it's at the next ALAC meeting.
>>> Typically, the ALAC holds a single vote to endorse the recommended NomCom representatives from all regions at once. It is usually done at the first ALAC meeting held after all regional elections are done.
>>> - Evan
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