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Suffice it to say, that, instances of maladministration, wherever they are found, directly undermine the ability of the department to effectively fulfill its functions and constitutional obligations and cannot be tolerated.
I have no evidence of maladministration, and therefore I do not uphold the complaint.
Explaining the procedure of lodging complaints he said that to lodge a complaint with federal ombudsman against maladministration by federal government departments and organisations was very simple and easy.
According to the UK government's economic and finance ministry, it has ensured that fair and transparent payments have been made to customers of Equitable Life who suffered financial losses as a result of government maladministration, which occurred in the regulation of the insurance company between September 1992 and December 2000.
He said: "The number of schools where results have been amended or annulled due to maladministration this year is consistent with previous years and illustrates the majority of schools administer the tests rigorously.
7 last year by Brazilian Federal Police acting on a provisional arrest warrant after his arrest was sought by the TCI Special Investigation and Prosecution Team that was set up to investigate issues arising from Sir Robin Auld's 2008-09 Commission of Inquiry relating to alleged corruption and maladministration in his administration.
Lacking the ability to sanction, the Greek national has been tasked, since 1995, to deal with complaints sent to him concerning instances of maladministration in the activities of Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies - with the exception of the EU Court of Justice.
The wrong implant, a wrongly prepared high-risk injectable drug, or maladministration of insulin are also included.
The Junior Doctors Association of South Africa (JUDASA) in the province says there have been many avoidable deaths in hospitals across the province as a result of shortages and maladministration.
1 claims on grounds that the current batch-wise approach is maladministration.
Nikiforos Diamandouros has branded EMA guilty of maladministration when refusing Danish researchers access to clinical study reports and trial protocols for two anti-obesity drugs, not named in his ruling.
EDUCATION officials have been found guilty of maladministration after conducting a "flawed" school admission appeal.