lack of probity

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On the other hand, he stressed that "measures of probity, transparency, internal and external audit and procedures are established so that any citizen can report lack of probity."
They said that Martires' questions linked her faith to 'mental illness' and showed 'lack of respect to faith-based communities' and his 'lack of probity.'
One of the sources said Tijam's ponencia, which was circulated on April 26, is anchored on public accountability of a public officer under Section 1, Article XI of the Constitution which states that a public officer must "serve with utmost responsibility, integrity, loyalty, and efficiency, act with patriotism and justice, and lead modest lives." It was pointed out that Sereno's failure to file her SALNs is a clear indication of dishonesty, lack of probity and lack of integrity.
'Imran Khan repeatedly makes allegations against others alleging lack of probity. However, his own conduct shows that he has been most casual about these values and is neither righteous nor sagacious in terms of Article 62 (1)(f) of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and section 231 of the Elections Act 2017.
Such was the incompetence and lack of probity in the selection process that during Mr.
22 -- President Pratibha Patil has said combating inflation and tackling "lack of probity" in public life would be among the foremost priorities of the UPA-II government this year.
The lack of probity and accountability has led the Southern Sudan government to doubt the Arab-led Khartoum government, implying a strong possibility of the North keeping a lion's share of revenue from resources from the South.
If it's the latter be conscious of any lack of probity. If you are entering into a new commercial relationship for example, sign a Non Disclosure Agreement.
All too often, the developer's lack of probity added combustible fuel to the financial conflagration facing distressed projects.
The judge did not find any lack of probity on the part of Mr Swan or Mr North.
In November 1998 he was sacked after the inquiry raised allegations of a breakdown in trust between Mr Tounsend and a lack of probity on his part.
Notwithstanding Hubbell's demonstrated lack of probity, Starr wants him to become his witness against the Clintons in the Whitewater investigation and is attempting to destroy Hubbell if he keeps refusing.