Civil Servant’s Discriminatory Behaviour in Performing Administrative and Recruitment Duties will be Punished

The Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission’s Board of Commissioners has ruled to punish those civil servants who have a discriminatory behaviour in performing their administrative work or in recruitment processes–in the capital and provinces.

Formal warning, dismissal, and referring to the legal and judicial institutions are among the punishments for offending employees.

The identifying mechanism for offending employees will be based on the official reports and complaints registered by the citizens and their punishments will be arranged based on the Administrative Procedure law.

The decision comes after a number of citizens complained about some civil servant’s manner of performance.

At the same time, The Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission’s Board of Commissioners also approved the reform plan for the Commission’s Appeals Board in principle. Reform plan of the Commission’s Appeals Board is a series of reforms that covers processes like the complaint’s registering and complaint’s addressing, it also will bring more clarity in the complaints addressing processes.