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BM_393.9 Political Expression (exerpt)
"The Peace Corps' credibility, and hence its ability to perform its
mission, is contingent on not becoming identified with controversial or
political issues of local interest or local political issues or movements.
Volunteers/Trainees (V/Ts) abroad are not in-country in a purely
individual capacity with obligations only to themselves. They are abroad
having responsibilities to, and representing, Peace Corps.
Therefore, V/Ts must avoid becoming involved in the political affairs
of ther host country. Any public statement or action whcih potentially
may involve a V/T with host country political issues or other
controversial issues within the host country, or which are otherwise matters of
official concern to Peace Corps, must first be discussed and reviewed
with the Country Director. "Matters of official concern" are those that
are related to Peace Corps or U.S. foreign policy, or matters that can
reasonably be expected to affect the foreign relatons of the United
States. Failure to do so may result in disciplinary action. up to and
including, adminstrative separation."