CHAPTER 5 SPECIAL PROTECTION FOR INFORMATION REVELATION - Article 21
Officials in charge of information shall not be criminally, civilly and disciplinarily responsible for the decision of providing information to the public made within their cope of work and position as officials in charge of information. This principle is not applicable in case where officials in charge of information fulfill their duties with bad faith, which is contrary to their competence and position granted by laws.
All Comments:Uth Sophea firstname.lastname@example.org Recommendation:
1) Please delete term “bad faith” in this article.
2) Please provide a clear definition “bad faith.” For example, specify what kinds of acts are considered “bad faith” or whether acts of corruption and other related actions are also included.
3) There is also a precious code of ethics for revealing the information to the public and the whistleblower must be not criminally or civilly punished for supplying the information.