I have two problems with your text:
- It does not handle the issue Mike st. Johns raised - about whether
reviewing bodies would have privilleged access to normally-confidential
information related to the decision being challenged.
- I don't know what it means for the IESG, IAB or ISOC BoT to "overturn" a
decision. It could mean "IAOC, go back and start over, but you may make the
same decision again", "IAOC, go back and start over, but you have to make
at least some change to your decision", "IAOC, act as if you had made
decision B, not decision A", or some other variation, depending on
Unsurprisingly, I would be happier with a version that did not have the
last paragraph - I think the actions available in the preceeding paragraphs
are enough to address all situations where it's unreasonable to reach for
the recall procedures.
But I think I could live with this one.
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