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[ES] Oportunos ‘Regalos’ de Battistelli a los Estados Miembros (Poco antes de que Ellos Puedan — y Deberían — Despedirlo)

Posted in Europe, Patents at 8:15 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

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Publicado en Europa, Patentes at 1:12 pm por el Dr. Roy Schestowitz

¿Regalándo el presupuésto de la EPO, pero a expensas de quíen?

Gifts from EPO or Battistelli

Sumario: Regalso de la EPO (dinero) ofrecido condicionalmente (bajo revisión) días antes de que los países envíén sus delegados para que potenciálmente despidan a Battistelli, lo que ciértamente deberían hacer, y lo último del juicio de un juez nos sugiere que Battistelli está determinado a destruír a las salas con ayuda de esos delegados

Esta ma ñana escribimos acerca de las últimas amenazasde Battistelli. La EPO es un campo de batalla por causa de Battistelli y su comportamiénto atroz. Es doloroso verlo.

Las palabras “de una fuente no confirmada”, dijo una persona, es que la “EBA [Cámara de Recursos] ha decidido que no puede continuar y no va a recomendar el despido [del juez decir la verdad] porque el demandante no se distanció de la la carta del presidente [...] la junta no tenía otra opción, pero el presidente provocó y quiso este enredo.”

La EPO es un campo de batalla por causa de Battistelli y su comportamiénto atroz. Es doloroso verlo.”

En cuanto a “la trama de Battistelli para destruir las cortes,” continuó esta fuente: “Encontrar a alguien que tiene algo requiere claramente el despido. Si es necesario, hacer las paces. Desordenar al procedimiento así, la junta no puede recomendar que el despido sea posible.”

Referido como el ¨juicio BoA¨ (Sala de Recurso), la fuente dijo: “Asegúrese de que sea complicado y molesto por largo tiempo. [Lo que ya se ha prolongado durante un año y medio] discute en la reunión del Consejo de Administración a finales de junio que las juntas deben hacerse bajo control “

Bien, esto nos lleva al Consejo de Administración cuyos delegados Battistelli es o intimidar y castigar o recompensar. Él les controla mediante el presupuesto de EPO, ya que algunas personas explicaron anteriormente. Battistelli ya se recurre a todo tipo de trucos realmente nefastas para asegurarse que no sea despedido; detalles fueron cubiertos aquí varias veces el mes pasado.

Miren a UK-IPO mamarsela hoy a Battistelli. Sus socios de la UPC en Londres van a ayudar a promover los cabildeos el Jueves y sus trucos de relaciones públicas, para luego ser retweeted por cuenta de Twitter de la EPO. La persona del Reino Unido-IPO escribió: “El Presidente de la EPO, Benoit Battistelli, hizo un buen discurso.”

Él nunca hace un buen discurso. Él sólo lee un texto mientras se mira raro y totalmente antinatural. Mira cómo Battistelli absorbe a Portugal: “Portugal fue históricamente famosa por sus exploradores y, el Sr. Battistelli señaló que era apropiado para ser la celebración de los premios de este año en Lisboa porque inventores son los exploradores del mundo moderno.”

Suena como Battistelli estuviése a punto de “comprar” los representantes de algunas naciones más “antes de la reunión de CA, entonces es probable que de hecho sea el caso. Para citar este nuevo tweet: “La EPO satisfacer la mayoría de sus Estados miembros en Tirana los días 16-17 de junio para revisar la hoja de ruta de la cooperación. Actualizaciones a seguir.”

Battistelli ya recurre a todo tipo de trucos realmente nefastos para asegurar que no sea despedido; detalles fueron cubiertos aquí varias veces el mes pasado.”

!Qué oportuno! Battistelli está distribuyendo el dinero de otras personas, por lo que será “valiente” lo suficiente como para poner en riesgo este dinero (y el riesgo de perder la posición de la delegación)? Algunos rumores desde el mes pasado sugerido que Battistelli presionaríá a países que tuviésen delegados que no lo apoyen.

Estos trucos están causando graves problemas de reputación para la oficina (incluso una “crisis”), sobre todo si permiten que se quede por más tiempo y profundizar el impacto de su daño.

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