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"Progress since the IANA transition was announced last year has been tremendous"

Jean-Jacques Sahel

Progress since the transition was announced last year has been tremendous, with robust, high quality proposals emerging over the past few weeks, and being further detailed, debated and refined this week in Singapore. There is more work to do, but we finish the ICANN week with a community of stakeholders that is increasingly united by its shared purpose and desire of achieving a successful transition, for the future good of the open and global Internet and its users – an inspiring illustration of the multi-stakeholder model at work. The catchphrase of the week: ‘Can we do it? Yes we can’.

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