Proper Review of Impeachment Cases
Censuring illegality and disciplining error is necessary to rectify the effectiveness and legally of the civil service system, facilitate administrative efficiency, and ensure honesty. The Commission takes extreme care in reviewing impeachment cases. An assigned commissioner is in charge of the investigation and two associate commissioners are appointed to assist the investigation, perform checking, and notify the public servant who is disciplined to submit arguments. When necessary, the public servant shall be asked to go to the Commission for verbal arguments and supplementary explanation. After careful investigation and extensive discussion between the three commissioners, the clerk of the Commission shall prepare a written record containing essential points; the investigation report submitted by the three-commissioner panel is then submitted to the Commission for discussion and deliberation. All commissioners of this Commission shall perform careful investigations with a responsible and independent attitude. It is hoped that commissioners will make proper resolutions so as to achieve the effective function of the disciplinary system.