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I have posted a cmmoent on the IP-Watch post and would invite readers of this blog to read it as well since it puts the record straight on some issues.I agree with this post's opinion that the UPOV decision was problematic or questionable and raises considerable concern . Yet one should look at the broader picture which requires guess work from those who (like myself) were not privy to the decision-making process and not just the point of view put forward by the unsuccessful candidates and largely reflected in the IP-Watch post.The press release referred to in IP-Watch necessarily leads to wonder, first, who as between the European Farmers Coordination and Via Campesina was the applicant and, second, whether APREBES has a real existence and whether (all) its members are effectively involved in plant breeding (which is in any event for the benefit of society , even if practiced by commercial entities if the resulting varieties were not, they would not sell on the market).I do not agree subject to hearing otherwise from Geneva with this post's cmmoent that the two candidates were deemed not competent : the candidates' applications were not rejected but could not be considered further until (they) demonstrated their competence in UPOV matters.I have more problems with the assertion that not a single group from the developing countries is an observer and that this might affect the decisions taken by UPOV on important topics.As to the first point, over and above the regional seed associations (Asia and Pacific, and the Americas), the worldwide farmers and seed associations having observer status in UPOV include a strong, vocal and influential presence from developing countries. In particular, the website of the International Federation of Agricultural Producers deserves a visit (India is in IFAP through the Federation of Farmers' Associations and the National Institute of Agriculture and has the chair of the Regional Committee for Asia).As to the second point, there is a widespread belief actively nurtured by the so-called civil society organisations (CSOs) that international policy-making is deficient without their contribution and harming developing countries. This, coming from CSOs based in the North smacks neocolonialism; official delegates from developing country member States are perfectly equipped to have the developing country voice heard. Many South-based CSOs are dependent upon money from North-based entities and thus incited, persuaded or even forced to dance along the tune set by the latter's ideology and obsessions.
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