Political Neutrality

Some articles on political neutrality, political:

JLM - Controversies - Goddess of Democracy
... provided was the need for the University to maintain political neutrality ... Joseph Sung, who was consulted on the vote in absentia, admitted that it was the biggest political storm in 21 years ... He revealed that, in addition to preserving political neutrality, safety and security concerns were factors in the decision ...
Oxfam - Criticism - Political Neutrality
... In October, 2011, Oxfam's campaign for a financial transaction tax resulted in it seeking court action to ban a pensioner, Barry Nowlan, from one of its shops, asking him to pay a £10,000 legal bill after he complained about a poster which highlighted Oxfam’s call for a 'Robin Hood' tax of banks and financial institutions ... On 25 October 2011, the dispute was settled amicably in Taunton County Court ...
Her Majesty's Civil Service - Political Neutrality
... are legally barred from standing for election as Members of Parliament or any other political office ... Civil Service (the top management grades) are barred from holding office in a political party or publicly expressing controversial political viewpoints, while less senior civil servants at an ... The most junior civil servants are permitted to participate in political activities, but must be politically neutral in the exercise of their duties ...

Famous quotes containing the words neutrality and/or political:

    My father and I were always on the most distant terms when I was a boy—a sort of armed neutrality, so to speak. At irregular intervals this neutrality was broken, and suffering ensued; but I will be candid enough to say that the breaking and the suffering were always divided up with strict impartiality between us—which is to say, my father did the breaking, and I did the suffering.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)

    The best political economy is the care and culture of men; for, in these crises, all are ruined except such as are proper individuals, capable of thought, and of new choice and the application of their talent to new labor.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)