posted by ElMaestro  – Denmark, 2015-06-25 13:54 (3218 d 14:38 ago) – Posting: # 14989
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Dear d_labes,

❝ Define a bit. Is it like a bit pregnant? :-D

Of course there are rules for Conflicts of Interest. And they need to be observed and that is just ... not a problem at all despite the bureaucracy.

The real challenge is that bureaucracy aside, in certain parts of the system (and pardon me, I will not define what that means in relation to this post) what matters is possibly not whether you are competent but whether you have the right friends. I have several times read reg. 2010/1235 (and of course also 2001/83 in its entirety) and so far without identifying clauses that allow interpersonal relations to prevail over science. Odd.

Let it be said, that since I prefer not to define "system" above it is entirely possible that I am just reading the wrong legal framework. Besides, I am quite possibly not very competent myself.

So I guess the answer is yes I am a little bit pregnant.

Would like to add: There are many people on the inside who are really trying very hard and very wholeheartedly to keep the administration principles scientific. I feel we owe them our expression of gratitude – often they do not get the thanks they deserve.

Pass or fail!

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