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Byline: The Nation.
The Office of the Civil Service Commission (OCSC) will propose draft legislation to the Cabinet today to try to prevent sexual harassment at state offices.
Offences under the new regulations that could cause civil servants to be punished include kissing someone, holding another's hands, telling dirty jokes to someone who doesn't want to hear them, and sending pornographic mail or e-mails.
OCSC legal official Pirun Pienlertlam said regulations to be issued under the Civil Service Act 2008 covered five types of behaviour deemed to be sexual harassment in the workplace.
First was sexual or physical contact, such as kissing, …