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One might also infer from the message that the department may be monitoring computers in the workplace and online activities of its employees.”For the first time, the government has publicly released the manual for the “caretaker convention,” which includes guidelines to govern the conduct of ministers, political staff and public servants during elections and, for the first time, flags the use of social media.[np_storybar title=”The best reader comments on this story” link=””] “Public servants are just that, the Public’s servants — they are not the governing party’s servants (remember that only 38% voted for this government! Public servant are a check and balance within our system and must be allowed to voice their concerns when sitting governments exercise undue power.

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(a) Sections 36.08 (Gift to Public Servant) and 36.09 (Offering Gift to Public Servant) do not apply to:(1) a fee prescribed by law to be received by a public servant or any other benefit to which the public servant is lawfully entitled or for which he gives legitimate consideration in a capacity other than as a public servant;(2) a gift or other benefit conferred on account of kinship or a personal, professional, or business relationship independent of the official status of the recipient;(3) a benefit to a public servant required to file a statement under Chapter 572, Government Code, or a report under Title 15, Election Code, that is derived from a function in honor or appreciation of the recipient if:(A) the benefit and the source of any benefit in excess of $50 is reported in the statement; and(B) the benefit is used solely to defray the expenses that accrue in the performance of duties or activities in connection with the office which are nonreimbursable by the state or political subdivision;(4) a political contribution as defined by Title 15, Election Code;(5) a gift, award, or memento to a member of the legislative or executive branch that is required to be reported under Chapter 305, Government Code;(6) an item with a value of less than $50, excluding cash or a negotiable instrument as described by Section 3.104, Business & Commerce Code;(7) an item issued by a governmental entity that allows the use of property or facilities owned, leased, or operated by the governmental entity;(8) transportation, lodging, and meals described by Section 36.07(b); or(9) complimentary legal advice or legal services relating to a will, power of attorney, advance directive, or other estate planning document rendered:(A) to a public servant who is a first responder; and(B) through a program or clinic that is:(i) operated by a local bar association or the State Bar of Texas; and(ii) approved by the head of the agency employing the public servant, if the public servant is employed by an agency.(b) Section 36.08 (Gift to Public Servant) does not apply to food, lodging, transportation, or entertainment accepted as a guest and, if the donee is required by law to report those items, reported by the donee in accordance with that law.(c) Section 36.09 (Offering Gift to Public Servant) does not apply to food, lodging, transportation, or entertainment accepted as a guest and, if the donor is required by law to report those items, reported by the donor in accordance with that law.(d) Section 36.08 (Gift to Public Servant) does not apply to a gratuity accepted and reported in accordance with Section 11.0262, Parks and Wildlife Code.

New Delhi: The Delhi high court has brought the curtains down on a British-era criminal law designed to put agitators/protesters behind bars for long if they disobey public servants.

we don’t have the democratic rights of other Canadians because we hold a public service position.”Daviau said public servants’ duty of loyalty ensures they don’t criticize the policies or programs of the departments they work for but this doesn’t extend to “blind loyalty to the Harper government.”PSAC’s Benson said the union also tells its members not to use government equipment or devices or access their social media accounts on government time.

(A) No person, knowingly and by force, by unlawful threat of harm to any person or property, or by filing, recording, or otherwise using a materially false or fraudulent writing with malicious purpose, in bad faith, or in a wanton or reckless manner, shall attempt to influence, intimidate, or hinder a public servant , party official, or witness in the discharge of the person's duty.

Though independent India reformed its Code of Criminal Procedure (Cr PC) in 1973 and junked the 1932 amendment - introduced to counter freedom struggle - Delhi continued to follow the older variant making sections 186, 189 and 506 IPC cognizable (police could arrest without warrant) and sections 188 and 506 non-bailable (only courts can grant bail after some duration).

The sections relate to "disobedience of order of government servant" and "criminal intimidation" as also "obstructing public servant." A division bench comprising Chief Justice G Rohini and Justice Jayant Nath recently allowed a PIL filed by Rajiv Mehra seeking to apply uniformity to these sections as they exist in the rest of India.

All I ask is that when they are at work, they set those biases aside and deal with all Canadians equally.

On their own time, they have the right to express their opinions, donate and/or volunteer for a political party, or even attend a protest rally if that’s what they want to do.

(a) A person commits an offense if he privately addresses a representation, entreaty, argument, or other communication to any public servant who exercises or will exercise official discretion in an adjudicatory proceeding with an intent to influence the outcome of the proceeding on the basis of considerations other than those authorized by law.(b) For purposes of this section, "adjudicatory proceeding" means any proceeding before a court or any other agency of government in which the legal rights, powers, duties, or privileges of specified parties are determined.(c) An offense under this section is a Class A misdemeanor.

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