The Brazilian committee puts its foot down and refuses to approve a technically flawed standard:
Our first vote, in august, was also NO, due to the same reasons: OOXML is an awful specification.
If every country followed this simple process, OOXML would receive a NO from 100% of them.
A good remark about the 'voting' process in some technical committees:
But in some countries, how is the process? Invite a few companies and simply count their votes. The problem here: 10, 20 or 80 votes can never represent what is the best for that country. Only, maybe, if you collect one vote for each citizen.
What I am trying to say is that in this case a decision must be reached by technical consensus, not vote. It is not a matter of will, but a technical issue that can only be reached by rational analysis and deliberation.