I also trust individuals and professional
bodies and my opening remarks to this debate confirm it but the enlightenment
lies in far-sightedness and reforming incumbency by addressing of all the
Hope, you are not against accommodating
"view-points". In true democracy, the worst of the opponent is
motivated to have his say; he is allowed to see the processes and not pushed
away by the phrases like "trust" or "conflict of interest".
If we want to be an enlightened organisation,
we shall not hesitate in surfacing issues/concerns. Yours, that matter,
everybody's help in this regard wud be highly appreciated.
Regards and best wishes
From: Jonny Martin [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: 09 March 2010 10:04
To: Naresh Ajwani
Cc: 'MAEMURA Akinori'; [email protected]
Subject: Re: [apnic-talk] Elections
On Mar 9, 2010, at 10:40 AM, Naresh Ajwani
> In my opinion, “Internet is the
leveller” but the table and the
> process of
Elections are distinctively dividing the region- I may be
> wrong in
assuming the same but really dont know that how Bangladesh,
> Pakistan, Sri Lanka and many such
countries can get the
in current EC structure.
But being on the EC is not about
"representation". It is
the best interests of APNIC and the APNIC community as a whole. It
not about representing a specific region or member organisation.
(You had quoted the roles and
responsibilities of an EC member in your
post so you should be aware of this).
A large part of being a Director on any Board
(EC included) is
conflict of interest - and exercising good and proper
when it does, or could be perceived to arise. I completely
the current EC in this regard.