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incompetent

1. Law not legally qualified
2. (of rock strata, folds, etc.) yielding readily to pressure so as to undergo structural deformation
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BEIRUT: Labor Minister Sejaan Azzi said Thursday that officials would work on temporarily keeping the Emile Bitar Hospital in Batroun under the management of the National Social Security Fund given the current legal and financial incompetency preventing the Health Ministry from taking charge.
With the help of fair, free, transparent and impartial elections, the culture of corruption, incompetency, rigging could be controlled easily, he added.
Noting that the Saudi government's incompetency had earlier been proved by its massacre of at least 6,212 innocent Yemenis in airstrikes against the poor Arab country, he called on the Islamic countries to take a serious decision as soon as possible to protect the lives of pilgrims during the Hajj season.
The citizens have protested against the negligence, incompetency and inaction of the TMA officers and have called upon the DCO and Commissioner Gujranwala to take prompt action against the responsible officers for creating unnecessary problems for the citizens.
1) A determination by a court, board, commission, or other lawful authority that a person, as a result of marked subnormal intelligence, or mental illness, incompetency, condition, or disease:
A $15,375 civil fine is being payed by an Itawamba County sawmill due to its incompetency to present environmental reports and screen emissions.
However, parents and custodians of students have faced frustration lately due to the incompetency of teachers despite constantly hiked school fees, thereby leading them to reconsider the decision of providing their children with private education.
The living will authorizes medical professionals to terminate life-sustaining treatment in the event of incompetency coupled with a terminal illness.
The incompetency lies fairly and squarely at the door of the Health Board's Executives and the Minister himself.
Chris Egan said: "The guys responsible for not securing a sponsor for the last couple of years should not be in a job - at best it's gross incompetency.
The level of medical mismanagement, incompetency, disrespect and outrageous behavior is shocking and frankly, almost incomprehensible.