From: Joanna Lane
Subject: [ALSC-Forum] Inconsistency with ALSC recommendations
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2001 11:40:29 -0700
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The region for which an ICANN Board candidate may stand is determined by
citizenship of the individual, whereas the electorate for each At Large
region is determined by residency of the individual.
Problem: Vast numbers of the world's population hold citizenship for one
region while residing in another. Under the current Bylaws, this means that
an individual domain name holder is not eligible to vote in the same region
for which they may stand for election.
Comments from the ALSC please?