impartiality in a sentence

He said he had pledged to serve “with independence and impartiality.”

His opponents and some donors have questioned the court’s impartiality.

The mediator is well-known for his fairness and impartiality when assisting in contract negotiations.

The paper was pledged to “impartiality, firmness and independence”.

Judgment requires impartiality.

He soon won popular acclaim for his hospitality, upright impartiality and prompt attention to duty.

The house music festival is judged by a prestigious musician from outside of the school, to ensure impartiality.

2. The vast workings of the social security administrative system make for reliability and impartiality in the consultant reports.

His profound knowledge of both English and Manx law, his common sense and his impectable impartiality made him almost the perfect judge.

Replacing the PM with an empty chair would be a “step too far” as it would breach impartiality rules, he said.

For Carroll, the ultimate in fairness and impartiality would be for a judge to oversee the disciplinary hearings.

Reporting from Kabul, CNN’s Nic Robertson said MSF’s real concern was one of impartiality, as well as transparency.

We are committed to conducting our duties with impartiality under the law, he said.

Amnesty International also raised serious doubts about the fairness and impartiality of their trial.

“The problem that the OPP has put itself in is that many in the public are now questioning that impartiality.

Defense challenge The beginning of the trial was postponed after the defense challenged the impartiality of the court.

Speaking in Washington, Dobbins said the Abdullah campaign particularly mistrusts the impartiality of the Afghan electoral institutions.