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General Meeting - May 2019

The RIPE NCC General Meeting (GM) will take place from 22-24 May 2019 in Reykjavik, adjacent to the RIPE 78 Meeting.

The GM will begin with the presentation of the reports from the RIPE NCC in the RIPE NCC Services Working Group session at 16:00 local time (UTC). The formal, members-only section of the GM will take place immediately after the RIPE NCC Services Working Group session.

The results of the Executive Board election and the voting on resolutions will be announced via Webstream at 10:45 local time (UTC) on Friday, 24 May 2019.

RIPE NCC Executive Board Election

There will be an election to fill two seats on the RIPE NCC Executive Board, each for three-year terms.

The elections are to fill the seats currently held by Remco van Mook and Nigel Titley, whose terms expire in May 2019. 

GM Vote Registrations Per Country

This table shows the number of RIPE NCC member votes registered per country (based on RegID) for the GM. Last updated 25 March 2019.

 

Country Votes
AD 0
AE 0
AL 0
AM 0
AT 2
AU 0
AZ 0
BA 0
BE 2
BG 0
BY 1
BZ 1
CA 0
CH 8
CL 0
CN 0
CY 1
CZ 9
DE 31
DK 3
EE 1
ES 2
EU 1
FI 10
FO 1
FR 8
GE 0
GR 4
HK 0
HR 1
HU 1
IE 5
IL 0
IQ 0
IR 4
IS 2
IT 2
JO 0
JP 0
KW 0
KZ 0
LB 1
LT 0
LU 0
LV 2
MD 1
ME 0
MK 0
MT 2
NL 7
NO 3
NZ 0
OM 0
PA 0
PL 5
PT 3
QA 0
RO 8
RS 1
RU 6
SA 0
SC 3
SE 21
SI 3
SK 2
SY 0
TJ 0
TM 0
TR 8
UA 8
UK 26
US 0
UZ 0
VA 0
VG 1
YE 0
Total Votes Registered 211
How To Get Involved and Register
  • 14 February - Call for nominations to RIPE NCC Executive Board
  • 10 April - Publish all GM documents, including RIPE NCC Annual Report and Financial Report 2018
  • 1 May - Close nominations for Executive Board elections
  • 8 May - Deadline for proxy vote nominations
  • 8 May - Deadline for members to propose resolutions
  • 8 May - Deadline to publish final GM agenda
  • 22 May - Close registration for electronic voting
  • 22 May - GM begins with main meeting
  • 24 May - GM closes with announcement of voting results