partiality


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a predisposition to like something

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The days that until now were computed reduced according to the partiality of each assumption and subsequently increased with the application of the 1.5 coefficient - become computed as calendar days.
"To the Court, the prosecution evidence sufficiently proves with moral certainty that accused acted with manifest partiality and evident bad faith.
' The allegation of partiality against the judiciary is baseless.
His keeping mum about an information that was favourable to the President clearly amounted to manifest partiality." Carandang's transgression of the laws on graft and corruption, and betrayal of public trust "gravely affect his fitness to remain in public office," said Malacaaang.
The Speaker's display of partiality led PML-N Senior Vice President Shahid Khaqan Abbasi to maintain that the presiding officer should have resigned if he was under pressure from the government to abandon impartiality.
Like parental partiality, such "pre-parental partiality" plausibly stands in need of justification.
The accusations against them include bias, partiality when handling cases, inordinate delay in delivery of rulings, and professional misconduct.
The CJ snubbed the IGP that the police should not act to reflect any partiality towards any political party, with directions to the police chief to immediately release the workers taken into custody unlawfully.
Hasan Askari had also written articles in newspapers where his partiality was very clear to everyone, he said adding that appointing such a person as Caretaker CM have raised questions on transparent administrative measures by him for holding free and fair elections.
Abbasi, accompanied by Saad Rafique, Ahsan Iqbal, Khurram Dastgir, Rana Sanaullah among other party leaders, said Dr Askari was an ardent critic of the PML-N and that his partiality was evident in the views he expressed in his articles and news programmes.
'In so doing, not only did respondent Board members contravene the procurement law and blatantly demonstrate impropriety and partiality, they also belie their averment that they did not receive the BAC Resolution disqualifying the RVW consortium,' read the Ombudsman resolution.
Of these sections, the third is loaded with shocking tales of favouritism and partiality.
I recently argued that numerous administrative adjudicators very likely suffer from an unconstitutional appearance of partiality because the agencies that are often parties in administrative hearings can hire, pay bonuses to, discipline, and remove these adjudicators.
We will not tolerate corruption and partiality of civil officers in the district and they will have to leave the area if found involved in corruption and partiality, he said.
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