The Government Worker of a Foreign Embassy Hired Someone for Sex, Got Suspended for a Year

How’s that enough, huh?  It isn’t, and this LOSER still, shamed this god damn country overseas here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

As the ambassador of the Foreign Affair’s Department, Yang was stationed in Nigeria, he’d paid for sex with a female janitor of the dormitory of the diplomacy offices, the Examination Department found that his behaviors weren’t moral, that he didn’t speak or act in accordance to his status, the impeachment of his position came in March of this year, the case was sent to punishment court.  After the punishment examined the evidences, they’d decided that he is to get pulled off his position as an ambassador for a year’s time.

The formal papers of impeachment by the Examination Department pointed out, that in July nineth of 2018 to September sixteenth of 2019, Yang worked as a director of the foreign ambassy offices, he’d hired a local woman to work as a janitor of the dormitory units, carrying the dishes for the banquet the ambassy hosted, along with cleaning the dormitories.  The female worker quit on December third of 2018.

After the woman quit, in July of 2020, she’d told a foreign ambassy personnel, accused Yang of sexually harassing her during her time working in the embassy, and, took out the proofs of the two of them in the dormitories, sleeping together, and their working out at the gym.  The sexual harassment division of the foreign affairs started up the investigations, the woman didn’t testify, and due to the lack of evidence, the “charges of sexual harassment didn’t stand”, but in the interviews by the evaluation committing of offices of Foreign Affairs, Yang had, admitted, that it was them in the footages and the photos.

Yang claimed, “She’d told me she wanted to borrow some money, and will do anything, and we’re both, consenting adults”, “she’s the one who needed the money, that’s why the trade happened”., the Department of Foreign Affairs found that Yang was a bad example, and gave him one major written reprimand.

During the time of the Examination Department’s questioning, Yang admitted that the sex was, “consensual”, “I’d helped her out with money”, “we bathed together naked”, and told that he had, paid her.  “I’m kind in providing her with the money she’d needed, to help her out.” And used the excuses of how adultery is no longer a crime, that the encounters occurred in a private place, that it was a matter of personal privacies, that it’d not affected the orders of the society.

And the punishment courts found, that Yang had broken the laws of the means of behaving morally as a public office holder, that his behaviors had damaged the reputations of the office, that it’d damaged the people’s perceptions of the positions in the government, damaging the reputations of the government.

Considering that Yang was a diplomat, that he’d crossed over the boundaries, that he’d destroyed the images of this country internationally, and how we’d worked hard, to set up our country’s reputation to the world, but considering how he’d admitted to wrongdoing, that there was, remorse over his own bad actions, he was taken off duty for a year as punishment.

Uh, how the FUCK (don’t pardon me here!) is that just?  I mean, because you’re a diplomat, a man with power, you have the right to RAPE someone, wow, that’s real good all right, isn’t it?  And, after this particular precedence, all the diplomats, found with their PANTS down to the ground, in the presence of a woman in another country, can use this same excuse, and, expect to get away with RAPE!

How’s that for backwards in women’s rights, huh???

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