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03.10.16

Exclusivo: Documento Filtrado Rechaza las Palabras de Battistelli y Muestra Que Todavía es Deplorado por la Junta

Posted in Europe, Patents at 4:13 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Original/English

Publicado en Europa, Patentes at 6:23 pm por el Dr. Roy Schestowitz

B28 leak

B Agenda Provisional
1 (dec) Adopción de la Agenda Provisional (B28/3/16)
2 (opn) Situación Social y Casos Disciplinarios
3 (opn) Secretariado del Consejo
4 (opn) Estudio Social
5 (opn) Reforma Estructural del Jurado de Apelaciones de la EPO
6 (opn) Preparación de la 147 Reunión del Consejo Administrativo de la EPO
7 (inf) Otras Materias

Sumario: La Junta 28 (B28), la que se rumorea esta en el proceso de despedir al Presidente de la EPO (Battistelli), tiene un revelante set de conclusiones

LA EPO esta a punto de irse a la huelga (más de ello esta noche). Cuando Battistelli dijo que sus relaciones son excelentes estaba MINTIENDO descaradamente o fuera de su juicio. Basado en documentos filtrados a Techrights hoy, no hay redacción de la estancia de la Junta acerca de Pinocho Battistelli. Aquí les presentamos la agenda de la reunión B28 (después que las conclusiones fueron sacadas), fechada el 9 de Marzo del 2016 (eso es hoy). La siguiente es la agenda y sus minutos de la reunión encubierta B28 (15 de Febrero).

B28/4/16
Orig.: en
Munich, 09.03.2016

SUMARIO
DE
CONCLUSIONES

de la

71 reunión del

JUNTA DEL

CONSEJO ADMINISTRATIVO

Munich, 17 de Februaro del 2016

ENTREGADO POR: Secretariado del Consejo

DESTINATARIOS: Consejo Administrativo (para información)


Este documento ha sido emitido en forma electrónica unicamente


1. La Junta del Consejo Administrativo (“la Junta”) sostuvo su 71ava reunión en Munich el 17 de Februaro del 2016, con el Sr Kongstad en su presidencia.
Srta. Erlingsdóttir, Sr. Asan and Sr. Kratochvíl han informado al Presidente que no pudieron venir.

2. La Junta adoptó la agenda provisional señalada en B28/3/16 e.

3. La Junta presentó al Presidente con un papel, preparado por sus miembros poco antes de esta reunión, la que señala a la Junta con muy precisas expectaciones de la Oficina de la Gerencia acerca de los asuntos de la agenda de hoy – en particular en lo social y los asuntos disciplinarios.

4. El Presidente consideró que no hubo mayor problema con cuatro de los cinco puntos que fueron tomados en cuenta en este bosquejo pero solicitó clarificación acerca del estado legal para instrucciones directas dadas al Presidente para procedimientos individuales bajo su competencia. El llamó la atención a los grandes riesgos en términos de gobernabilidad.

5. Los miembros de la Junta consideraron el documento ser auto-explicativo. Ellos señalaron que no debería venir como sorpresa, tomando en cuenta las numerosas señales dadas al Consejo Administrativo a través de un considerable periódo de tiempo. El documento sólo viene a traer claridad. Es considerado necesario ya que parece que no hay otros medios de comunicar al Consejo de las preocupaciones recurrentes expresadas los pasados meses. Más allá de lo formal (indisputable) asunto del Artículo 10 EPC, la Junta tiene que deplorar una obvia falta de voluntad por parte del Presidente para embarcarse en una atrasada discusión abierta con el Consejo en temas polémicos – ante todo el diálogo social.

6. El Presidente no estuvo de acuerdo y recordó de su carta envíada a las delegaciones de la AC el 15 de Febrero explicando las posibles maneras de seguir adelante pero ha mantenido su posición por razones legales de acuerdo a instrucciones relacionadas con los casos disciplinarios.

7. La sesión se levantó antes de que pudieran ser examinados los otros temas de la agenda.

La próxima semana será histórica para la EPO, asi que tomé varios días libres. Tenemos un montón de material de trabajo, así que sintonicenos.

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