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60 STAT.] 79TH CONG. , 2D SESS.-CH. 957-AUG. 13, 1946 1017 PART E-PROMOTION OF FOREIGN SERVICE STAFF OFFICERS AND EMPLOEES CLASS PROMOTION OF STAFF PERSONNEL SEC. 641. Any staff officer or employee may, in accordance with uniform procedures established in regulations prescribed by the Sec- retary, upon demonstration of ability to assume duties of greater responsibility, be promoted to a vacant position in a higher class at the same or at a higher rate of salary. IN-CLASS PROMOTIONS OF STAFF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES SEC. 642. In-class promotions of staff officers and employees shall be granted in accordance with regulations prescribed by the Secretary. PART F-SEPARATION OF STAFF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES FOR UNSATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE OF DUTY SEC. 651. The Secretary may, under such regulations as he may prescribe, separate from the Service any staff officer or employee on account of the unsatisfactory performance of his duties, but no such Heari officer or employee shall be so separated from the Service until he shall have been granted a hearing by the Board of the Foreign Service and the unsatisfactory performance of his duties shall have been estab- lished at such hearing. FOR MISCONDUCT OR MALFEASANCE SEC. 652. The Secretary shall separate from the Service any staff officer or employee who shall be guilty of misconduct or malfeasance in office, but no such officer or employee shall be so separated from Hearng. the Service until he shall have been granted a hearing by the Board of the Foreign Service and his misconduct or malfeasance shall have been established at such hearing. PART G--PROMOTION AND SEPARATION OF ALIEN CEKms AiD EMPLOYEES PROMOTION SEC. 661. Alien clerks and employees shall receive promotions from one class to a higher class and in-class promotions in accordance with regulations prescribed by the Secretary. FOR UNSATISFACTORY PERFORMANCE OF DUTY SEC. 662. The Secretary may, under such regulations as he may prescribe, separate from the Service any alien clerk or employee on account of the unsatisfactory performance of his duties. SEPARATION FOR MISCONDUCT OR MALFEASANCE SEC. 663 . The Secretary shall separate from the Service any alien clerk or employee who shall be found guilty of misconduct or malfeasance. PAT H--SEPARATION OF CONSULAR AoENTs SEC. 671. The Secretary may, under such regulations as he may prescribe, separate any consular agent from the Service on account of- (a) the unsatisfactory performance of his duties; or (b) misconduct or malfeasance.