In a hearing held yesterday afternoon by several sub-committees of the US Congress, a series of allegations about WIPO accountability and the mistreatment of staff and whistleblowers by Director General Francis Gurry were dramatically laid bare. At the heart of the discussion is a still-unpublished United Nations Office of Internal Oversight Services (OIOS) report into accusations levelled at Gurry.

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RE: Congress sets sights on WIPO over whistleblower allegations

If there is anomalous going on on any government agencies, congress will decide according to the evidence. If not, the accuser should bare all the charges for the damages that may caused for certain individual with out any basis. The case must dismiss immediately.

http://www.goldbachlaw.com/long-beach/whistleblower-lawyer/

Ben Cooper, on 26 Mar 2016 @ 12:21

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