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impartial

(im-par′shĭl) [ ²in- + partial]
Unbiased and nonjudgmental.
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Stano last week said: "The commission underlines the need to guarantee the independence and impartiality of the judicial process.
Exclude They said: "Noting the level ofpastelectoralsupportandthe number of candidates standing for the SNP and Plaid Cymru, the committee concluded that thedirector-general'sapproach to achieving impartiality was appropriate.
The opposition and journalists have pointed out the links between some top police officers and people linked with the Smer party, raising further concerns about the impartiality of the investigation.
We do not think you are in compliance with the principle of impartiality in this matter," the organisations said in the letter.
Binay cited Tang's statement-'If you are now saying that there should be appearance of impartiality, you are somehow casting aspersion on the impartiality of this court'-as an indication that the presiding justice was 'personally offended' by her bid to re-raffle off the cases.
I begin by asking what reason we have for applying Impartiality and Pareto in the same way Hirose did.
They found there was no breach of impartiality rules because the article was labelled as opinion and a right to reply was offered.
The complainants alleged Packham breached the BBC's editorial guidelines on impartiality as well as their rules on conflicts of interest.
Requirements for impartiality declaration: declaration where the company describes their impartiality related to Gassnova interest CO2 management, and overall impartiality monitor.
ISLAMABAD -- Lawmakers from different political parties lauded the impartiality of Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, the re-elected speaker of National Assembly.
NNA - Winter and Summer prevail under the ceiling of the Military Tribunal's lack of impartiality in dealing with cases from Tripoli, minister of Justice Ashraf Rifi complained while on a tour of the Old City's neighborhoods today.
Ideologically, the test would focus on the more important constitutional goals of the diversity and impartiality of the jury.