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Q.

He feels slapping is. A serious offence.
But he has no powers to suspend the culprit?
Some bloke?

Tags: relationships, politics & government, law & legal
Asked by victor, 23 Apr '13 07:12 pm
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True
Answered by Quest, 24 Apr '13 12:19 pm

 
  
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The culprit has already been suspended He has no powers to dismiss the person, suspesion powers he definitely has
Answered by rajan, 24 Apr '13 06:19 am

 
  
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Bad thing.
Answered by rk, 23 Apr '13 07:13 pm

 
  
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