Can public service law be applied to private sector?
Mohamad Mova Al Afghani
PREMIUM The House of Representatives passed the public services bill into law on June 23, 2009. The law can impose a variety of sanctions on public servants in the form of written warnings, removal from office, termination of employment and compensation to victims. It stipulates recourse for violations of public service obligations (PSO) through the ombudsman offices, the House of Representatives ...
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