R-6.01, r. 3.1 - Regulation respecting the procedure for the recruitment and selection of persons declared or recognized as apt for appointment as commissioners to the Régie de l’énergie and for the renewal of their term of office

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8. A member of the committee whose impartiality could be questioned must withdraw in respect of a candidate, particularly in the following situations:
(1)  the member is or was the candidate’s spouse;
(2)  the member is related to the applicant by birth, marriage or civil union, to the degree of first cousin inclusively;
(3)  the member is or was a partner, employer, employee of the candidate in the last 10 years; despite the foregoing, a member who is in the public service must withdraw in respect of a candidate only if the member is or was the employee or immediate superior of the candidate.
A member must immediately bring to the attention of the other members of the committee any fact to justify reasonable apprehension of bias.
Where a member of the committee has withdrawn, is absent or unable to act, the decision is made by the other members.
486-2017O.C. 486-2017, s. 8.
In force: 2017-05-31
8. A member of the committee whose impartiality could be questioned must withdraw in respect of a candidate, particularly in the following situations:
(1)  the member is or was the candidate’s spouse;
(2)  the member is related to the applicant by birth, marriage or civil union, to the degree of first cousin inclusively;
(3)  the member is or was a partner, employer, employee of the candidate in the last 10 years; despite the foregoing, a member who is in the public service must withdraw in respect of a candidate only if the member is or was the employee or immediate superior of the candidate.
A member must immediately bring to the attention of the other members of the committee any fact to justify reasonable apprehension of bias.
Where a member of the committee has withdrawn, is absent or unable to act, the decision is made by the other members.
486-2017O.C. 486-2017, s. 8.