[AFRI-Discuss] Vote Result: AFRALO Regional Election 2014 (Secretary)
b.schombe at gmail.com
Tue Aug 26 07:55:10 UTC 2014
In a purely democratic process, each of us was able to speak freely.
A Philippe I sincerely hope to meet one day, I dare say there was a
in the history of AFRALO. That makes him a resource person to whom we
Barrack actually, this is not the beginning of a new experience, but the
continuity of your skill and knowledge will benefit AFRALO.
You can all count on our cooperation.
*REPRESENTANT TICAFRICA ET CYBERVILLAGE at FRICA/RDC*
*COORDINATION NATIONALE CAFEC COORDINATION NATIONALE REPRONTIC*
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2014-08-26 0:13 GMT+02:00 ICANN At-Large Staff <staff at atlarge.icann.org>:
> Dear All,
> Please kindly note that the AFRALO Regional Election 2014 (Secretary) has
> now ended.
> QUESTION: Who do you support to become the AFRALO Secretary for the period
> of two years beginning at the end of the ICANN Los Angeles Meeting in
> October 2014? Please either select one candidate from the list below
> (listed in alphabetical order of the family name) or abstain.
> - Philip Johnson
> - Barrack Otieno
> - Abstain
> As at Poll close: Sunday 24 August 2014 23:59 UTC
> Number of voters: 24 · Group size: 33 · Percentage voted: 72.73
> Ranked by votes
> Rank Options Votes %
> 1 Barrack Otieno 14 58.33
> 2 Philip Johnson 10 41.67
> 3 Abstain/s'abstenir 0 0.00
> To confirm, the AFRALO Secretary for the period of two years beginning at
> the end of the ICANN Los Angeles Meeting in October 2014 is Barrack Otieno.
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> Heidi Ullrich, Silvia Vivanco, Ariel Liang, Gisella Gruber, Nathalie
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