accountability


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Synonyms for accountability

responsibility

Synonyms for accountability

responsibility to someone or for some activity

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However, it is difficult for the accountability judge to conclude the trial proceedings within the given timeframe since the National Accountability Bureau has filed supplementary references and Mr Sharif is likely to bring some evidence in his defence.
The concerned bank approached National Accountability Bureau Lahore in 2010 for the recovery of the default money.
The accountability court had issued non-bailable arrest warrants for Dar on Nov 14.
He adopted that the accountability court continued its proceedings against Dar despite the submission of medical certificate to the court.
The petitioner had stated in his plea that Finance Minister Ishaq Dar was in abroad for medical treatment due to which he was unable to attend the proceedings of accountability court.
Meanwhile, former finance minister Ishaq Dar has also moved the IHC against the accountability court's issuance of non-bailable arrest warrants for him and an order declaring him a proclaimed offender.
The accountability court last week rejected ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif's plea seeking to club together three corruption references filed against him by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in the light of Supreme Court verdict in Panama Papers case.
Accountability should be conducted the way our accountability was conducted during Nawaz Sharif's government in the 1990s," he went on to say.
The story of the Panama Papers which were leaked last year in April is also not different from other cases where accountability was person(s)-specific.
Accountability doesn't seem to do a great job at closing achievement gaps (though it certainly shines a light on underperformance), but there's considerable evidence that it can raise student achievement.
Policymakers have an opportunity to use the evidence from behavioral science to craft comprehensive systems that invoke a wider range of accountability tools and have the potential to provide educators with the means to improve their practice at the same time that they promote constructive incentives.
Synopsis: "The Personal Accountability Code" is specifically designed and intended for those who are committed to personal or professional change, as well as those who are professionals in the business of coaching others.
Accountability theory meets accountability practice.
Accountability in Missions: Korean and Western Case Studies.
The opportunity to request waivers carries with it a requirement that states develop new systems of accountability that support educators, improve academic achievement, and close achievement gaps.
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