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    professional self-interest

    Hi,

    could you please tell me what "professional self-interest" means in the following sentence:

    The evidence confirms that Mrs. XX and her subordinate Mr. XY, the legal guardian of my father, perceive the professional self-interest of your subordinates as a guarantee of their professional immunity as well as immunity in case of a criminal action against them.

    Thank you very much.

    Hanka


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    Re: professional self-interest

    More context would be helpful, but it seems to say that the subordinates are seen as consciously behaving in a way that is going to prevent some action taken against them for something they have done/are doing.

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