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misfeasance

The performance of a legal act in an improper or unlawful manner.
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On your invitation for me to provide you with evidence of alleged malfeasance, your allegation against my clients were based on declarations they worked on as part of a chain.That those declarations are in the custody of GRA of which you are the head, the declarations have internal remarks and audit trails among others.'
This sentiment is shared by OaNO MP Jan Marosz, who strongly demanded that the government pay all the ministry's fines from Kaliak's personal bank account.Minister and ministry strike backA press statement released by the ministry describes Matovi as completely clueless when he claims that the Interior Ministry has received several fines for tender malfeasance, as these were rather corrections regarding projects for which the ministry drew Pound 300 million from the EU.
Not surprisingly, the paper found that higher levels of both conservatism and Republican partisanship are associated with higher racial resentment and higher beliefs in the prevalence of electoral malfeasance.
The Consular Integrity Division, headed by Division Chief Kim McDonald, is a partnership between CA and DS that serves as CA's central clearinghouse for allegations of internal consular malfeasance. The division, staffed by consular analysts and DS agents, investigates allegations of malfeasance and educates CA employees to conduct consular operations with integrity.
In the event of an internal investigation, we provide thorough analysis of corporate activity and communications to assess the scope of exposure and assist the organization in minimizing the impact of perceived and actual malfeasance.
(I am also interested to see how JTA, which has just been accused of journalistic malfeasance, or perhaps of "somewhat" malfeasance, will respond.)
Some member of the Interim Government of Kyrgyzstan commit a malfeasance in office, signing the decree on deprivation of the immunity of the first President of Kyrgyzstan Askar Akaev, stated representative of Akaevs family, lawyer Ikramilin Aitkulov during the press conference in AKI press on August 19.Many members of the Interim Government, such as Omurbek Tekebaev and Almazbek Atambaev have declared their resignation from the Interim Government, but for some reason they continue signing decrees of the Interim Government.
He had to go because his malfeasance made his position impossible.
A DELHI court has acquitted a man, accused of cheating by charging Rs 10 instead of Rs 5 as vehicle parking fee, by saying it was a small act of malfeasance not likely to hurt anyone.
One day earlier, Labour and Social Policy Minister Totyu Mladenov announced the prosecution would launch an investigation into the Beautiful Bulgaria project for suspected malfeasance.
In my opinion, malfeasance has occurred and those responsible should be held to account in law.
If this is pastoral solicitude, what does pastoral malfeasance look like?"