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The disciplinary punishment by deduction of salary due to neglect of official duty without reasonable cause
The disciplinary punishment by deduction of salary due to neglect of official duty without reasonable cause

While the civil servant has a duty to attend the meeting but going to submit an envelope and price quotation documents for personal interest, such act is considered as neglect of official duties. And when the submission of the envelope and price inquiry, the civil servant signed other signatures on the registration document issued by the officer as evidence, which is an unlawful act, resulting in cancellation of the Notification of Price Inquiry of Purchasing and the Provincial Court imposed a sentence of imprisonment but suspension of execution of sentence, such act is thus a severe breach of discipline not a minor disciplinary breach which the authorized person may exercise the discretion to refrain the punishment and issue a written parole or admonishment instead according to Section 96 of the Civil Service Act, B.E. 2551 (2008). Additionally, in the case of authorized by the grantor of power of attorney, the grantee has no right to sign other person’s signature but as a grantee only. However, being in the government service for a long time by acting as the Director of the Hospital, the civil servant should have understood the laws and known that the signing of other persons’ signature is unlawful and ignorance of the law is thus no excuse. Therefore, the issuance of disciplinary punishment order deducting salary is an exercise of discretion to a prescription of lenient punishment which is beneficial to such a civil servant.




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