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impartial

(im-par′shĭl) [ ²in- + partial]
Unbiased and nonjudgmental.
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The JI chief said that NAB so far had failed to prove its impartiality. Those 436 persons who were named in the Panama Papers were moving freely and no one had asked them, he said.
In 1967, Madhu Limaye wrote to Indira Gandhi with a proposal for securing the speaker's impartiality. The speaker must, upon election, resign from his party and declare his impartiality in the house.
He said: "It's all there in the Good Friday Agreement, we believe in complete impartiality and that's what we are going to observe.
Ofcom ruled that news channel RT (formerly Russia Today) failed to preserve due impartiality in seven news and current affairs programmes between March 17 and April 26 2018.
Malaysia also ranked below its regional peers in accountability, impartiality and the openness of its public sector, according to the World Bank report.
"On account of various factors, I have always had serious reservations as to the motive behind the proceedings by the bureau during the recent past; the said reservations have proven to be well founded on account of an interview of NAB chairman by an eminent journalist wherein the chairman went on to make disclosures compromising minimum standards of impartiality and fairness of an investigation," the PML-N leader said.
In a reply to NAB's call-up notice, the Punjab Assembly opposition leader wrote, 'I have lost confidence in the credibility and impartiality of the bureau and thus have no trust in the so-called investigation being carried under the aegis of NAB Chairman Justice (r) Javed Iqbal.'
Mansour Al-Mansour said the Arab coalition fighting in support of the legitimate government in Yemen is committed to transparency and impartiality. (Screengrab)
The newly appointed Chief Justice Teresita Leonardo-de Castro should address doubts on her independence and impartiality, a lawyer group executive said Saturday.
Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui raised questions on the independence and impartiality of the judiciary.
The electoral body says it is duty-bound to 'provide level-playing field to all candidates' and deems it necessary to stop the local governments from being active till the vote day a clear distrust in the impartiality, in fact the very existence and purpose of these governments.