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a public official who is a member of the civil service

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And in all that time before the civil servants of New York heard about Vision Zero, New Yorkers were being needlessly killed on the city's streets.
By law, civil servants are banned from working a second job, unless they get a permit from the appropriate state body.
In a statement issued from his office, Senator Saleem Mandviwalla said that in order to control SBP, the Finance Minister is proposing to appoint a civil servant as Governor of the State Bank.
This requirement meets the requirements of proper administration and equal treatment, and the duty to have regard for the interests of officials, which reflects the balance of reciprocal rights and obligations established by the Staff regulations in the relationship between the official authority and civil servants.
He also said that the civil servants should always follow rules while taking decisions and should convince the political executives if any decision seems to them to be in contravention of law.
They likewise make it difficult for ordinary workers to lend a sympathetic ear to retired civil servants asking the government to foot their pensions.
I believe that there should be a thorough independent investigation into the competence of the civil servants working for the Welsh Government and the training they receive.
The Telegraph recently revealed that civil servants took home more than PS7.
Across England and Wales as a whole, 29,120 civil servants earned at least PS50,000 in 2014 - roughly equivalent to 7.
The rest of the civil servants work for non-devolved bodies - there were 100 people on more than PS50,000 at Swansea's Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, for example.
The government upped the wages of civil servants by 3 percent year-on-year in January of this year, and it is expected to increase them by an additional 3 percent in July.
The Cabinet last month transferred the reserve money held at the Central Bank to the treasury under Article 13, which authorizes the Finance Ministry to use this money to pay the salaries of civil servants without the need to wait for the approval of the 2014 draft budget," a senior official at the Finance Ministry told The Daily Star.
5 million civil servants since April of this year, said Minister of Labor and Social Protection Tamara Duisenova during the presentation of the amendments to the law on social security, the press service of the PM reported.
November 25, 2013 (RUMBEK) -- The Lakes state government has introduced a controversial 5% cut to the salaries of civil servants as a contribution to the ruling Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), according to a document seen by Sudan Tribune.
Supreme Court says civil servants must get fixed tenure &not act on verbal orders
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