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Old 3rd April 2011, 10:00 AM
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Re: Greece’s request for .ελ turned down

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Originally Posted by Avtal View Post
Hypothetical situation. If East Anglia declares independence, and ISO 3166/MA recognizes East Anglia as a country or territory, then East Anglia will be assigned a country code, perhaps EA. In that case ICANN's policies will require ICANN to offer .ea to the competent authorities in East Anglia.

I am not in a position to comment whether East Anglia is likely now, or in the future, to declare independence. But neither is ICANN. The main point is that ICANN has to hold all two-letter latin combinations in reserve, in case they are assigned some day by ISO 3166/MA.

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Fast Track getting ahead of policy decisions.

They are probably not saying that East Anglia has priority over Greece. They are probably just saying that is beyond the scope the Fast Track to allow it at this time.
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