Not looking good
Why is it so urgent that the ruling council be created when the organizations that would be expected to provide members are refusing to sign up?
Because Chehade is a bonehead. And he has risen above his abilities. He's not an Internet guy. He's a Chehade guy.
It's just a shame that when he takes the stage in Davos, Chehade will have to somehow put out of his mind all the objections from the internet's technical bodies, civil society, and the International Chamber of Commerce, and gloss over the multiple refusals to take seats on the very council he developed.
I suspect that the Davos attendees would not be particularly interested in that riffraff anyway. To my way of thinking though, the Davos crowd are not the people we should have anywhere near internet governance. This is not looking good.