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Pierre-Yves Le Borgn’ Responde Críticamente a la OEP por Despedir a Sus Representates

Posted in Europe, Patents at 11:51 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Publicado en Europe, Patents at 6:55 pm por el Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Tranducción enviada en apuro

A response to EPO

Sumario: Dos diferentes traducciones (de arriba y de abajo) de la fuerte reacción del señor Pierre-Yves Le Borgn (político francés mas relevadnte al abuso contra empleados en el extranjero) contra la cacería de brujas e imitaciones de juicios.

Los viciosos ataques de la OEP contra sus empleados, a quienes trata como no-humanos, fué cubierto aqui en previous artículos, pero quedan muchos para exponerlos a la luz (mucho más este fin de semana).

Pierre-Yves Le Borgn, a quienes hemos mencionado muchas veces antes aquí acaba de responder. ¨Aqui está el comunicado de prensa de Pierry-Yves le Borgn¨ una persona escribio, ¨Gracias señor Le BORGN¨!¨

Alguién nos proveyó con una traducción arriba y también lo siguiente en un comentario en IP Kat:

Un comentario reciéntemente publicado en el sitio web del MP, Pierre Le Borgn´
(mi traducción al español)

Sanciones contra representantes de la unión en la OEP: una DESGRACIA y PROFUNDA INJUSTICIA
15 January 2016

¨Me he enterado con asombro la decisión anunciada esta mañana por el presidente de la OEP, Pinocho Battistelli, para castigar duramente a tres empleados de la OEP, todos ellos miembros del Comité de la SUEPO unión basado en Munich. Estoy profundamente en shock. Dos de esos mimebros, uno la cabeza de la rama de SUEPO en Munich, la otra anterior lider, han sido despedidos. El primero incluso deprivado de su derecho a pensiones. El tercero ha sido degradado en un considerable grado. Noto que el presidente P. Battistelli decretó estas sanciones muy allá de las recomendaciones del comite disciplinario de la OEP. Estos actos demuestran una VOLUNTAD DE HACER EL MAL, ASUSTAR, Y ERRADICAR TODO CRITICISMO Y TODO PODER INTERMEDIARIO.

¨Contacté al Gobierno Francés inmediatamente. Lo que ha pasado es una desgracia y profunda injusticia. Espero que los estadom miembors de la OEP, comenzando con Francia intervengan urgentemente para poner un fin a la arbrietaridad y esta tendencia a ARRUINAR VIDAS, DESTRUIR FAMILIAS, y mina el trabajo de toda la organización. Es inaceptable por la inmunidad que disfruta esta organización llevar a cabo tales aberraciones del gobierno de ley, basado entre otras cosas, en respeto a los derechos de las uniones de representantes y a sus empleados, la independencia del comite disciplinario en relación a la gerencia y sanciones proporcionales, son materias largamente ignoradas aquí.

¨Una organizacion tiene futuro sólo cuando sus empleados se identifican con ella, con su gobernancia y gerencia. Esto no es el caso de la OEP. Es urgente para los estados miembros refleccionar en las razones que llevaron a esto. Y considerar seriamente la cabeza de la OEP y toda su gerencia.¨

Gracias, señor Pierre-Yves Le Borgn, por ser el único politico con COJONES para hacer lo que nadie ha hecho en esta materia, al frente del abuso e intimidación.

Por favor queridos lectores, si son ciudadanos de la Unión Europea, contacten inmediatamente a sus delegados acerca de la OEP. Este SUPREMO ABUSO de lo que se ha convertido LA VERGUENZA DE EUROPA.

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