1. Consider myself to be more like a “candidate service supporter” rather than “supervisor no.2”.
2. And that’s what I think a supervisor should become - a guardian of fairness and an in-room guide. In the end, it is all about building a path for the right people to open a new horizon.
So dear the fucking courage askholes, if you want to complain about the national process, go talk with the Minister. Don’t try messing things up, or even worse, actually mess things up, or even the worst, mess things up and put the blame on candidates and let others handle the consequence. And let all happen in public, stay cock-headed with the “i am fucking right and im fucking challenging you and all kinds of fucking instruction” attitude
Don’t ever think of EDUCATING anyone if you can’t behave yourself.