code of conduct

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Noun1.code of conduct - a set of conventional principles and expectations that are considered binding on any person who is a member of a particular group
normal, convention, rule, pattern, formula - something regarded as a normative example; "the convention of not naming the main character"; "violence is the rule not the exception"; "his formula for impressing visitors"
courtly love - (Middle Ages) a highly conventionalized code of conduct for lovers
knight errantry - (Middle Ages) the code of conduct observed by a knight errant who is wandering in search of deeds of chivalry
protocol - code of correct conduct; "safety protocols"; "academic protocol"
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In 2002, ASEAN and China agreed to craft a binding Code of Conduct in the South China Sea to ensure peace and stability in the vital sealane.
The ECP has directed the Returning Officer (RO) and District Returning Officer (DRO) to obstruct the members of assembly who are visiting the constituency and violating the code of conduct.
He said that those banners and posters were removed that were in violation of ECP code of conduct.
'He will push the code of conduct in the Asean to prevent a repeat of incidents that will hurt not just feelings but also the livelihood and the lives of Filipinos, especially the downtrodden, like fishermen and farmers,' Cayetano told reporters.
Taking notice on the application of PPP leader Abdul Razzaq Patafi, the provincial election commission has declared PM Imran Khan has committed violation of code of conduct clause 17.
Gopal Rai is accused of violating Model Code of Conduct by distributing pamphlets without clearance from Election Commission.
Aigbokhan who spoke at a training workshop for selected management Staff of Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Edo State lamented the breakdown of ethical values, conflict in both private and public interests, undue exercise of discretions of courts in matters relating to abuse of office and code of conduct of public officers.
A Code of Conduct for the institutions mentioned above is aimed at promoting the highest ethical and professional standards in boards of directors and individual company directors.
In order to harmonize the vision of human resources development at the University of Sarajevo with the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers, the University of Sarajevo in 2016, signed the Charter and the Code of Conduct and later on submitted an application for the Excellence in Research recognition, announced the UNSA Public Relations Service.
The judgement directs the media licensees and Pemra to ensure compliance with the Code of Conduct. One of its clause says, 'If voluntary violations of the Code of Conduct or even negligence by the licensees to ensure adherence thereto is not penalised by Pemra, the Code of Conduct will be reduced to a mere paper tiger and be rendered absolutely redundant.'
The apex court ordered that, in compliance with Clause 5 of the code of conduct, all licensees should strictly ensure that an effective delaying mechanism is in place for broadcasting live programmes to ensure stern compliance with the code of conduct and Articles 4, 10A and 204 of the Constitution of Pakistan.

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