Q1. Why wasn’t the community involved in the drafting of the staff plan?
Q2. How does ICANN intend to handle the inherent conflict of interest with developing its own accountability plan?
Q3. Why didn’t ICANN invite proposals from the community?
Q4. Why is there no public comment period on staff’s plan?
Q5. What is the rationale for so many non-stakeholder decision makers on the Coordination Group, given democratic principles of self-governance?
Q6. What is the organization’s response to the ICANN #50 Statement of all 4 GNSO Stakeholder Groups calling for an independent accountability mechanism?
Q7. How does ICANN intend to handle the conflict of interest that board members, lawyers, senior staff, and other decision makers have to rigorously pursue reform given their legal obligations to protect the organization?