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Aug 13 '17 at 9:20 comment added Narasimham Indeed, irreparable is the genetically absent sense of shame that successfully went incognito.
Aug 13 '17 at 8:21 comment added Starrdaark @Narasimham | Thank you for the clarification. It is the official's constituents then which will make this determination, Thus while this would disallow ruling out the theoretical possibility such behavior might be deemed acceptable by voters, this sort of result occupies a low rung on the ladder of probabilities. It is overwhelmingly likely the constituency as a whole would find this sort of behavior irreprehensible at best. Regardless of the electorate's ethical judgement of the situation, the trust of constituents will be damaged beyond repair.
Aug 12 '17 at 12:52 comment added Narasimham What I mean by okay is: non-betrayal of the electorate who elects a representative to give direction and progress, functioning in a certain way per a previously made manifesto or general political promise. If these are compromised, the electorate would like to withdraw licence it gave but it takes several years to repair the harm done by the fence crosser,
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