The Vietnamese government has continued to strengthen its anti-corruption action in the near future. The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China yesterday dismissed or recommended a number of predecessors and current officials involved in corruption cases or violations, including former Vice Premier Wu Wenning.
The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China made the above ruling yesterday after convening the 35th meeting of “Discussing and Dealing with Disciplinary Actions of Relevant Organs and Individuals” after three days.
The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China pointed out that the party group of the Ministry of Communications has seriously violated the “democratic centralism principle and working rules”, lacked guiding responsibilities, and inadequate supervision and management, resulting in many irregularities in the shareholding reform of some enterprises and the withdrawal of state capital. error.
In addition to Dinh La Thang, the former Minister of Communications who had been expelled from the party and sentenced, former Vice Premier Vu Van Ninh, four former deputy ministers of the Ministry of Communications, Nguyen Hong Truong, and Nguyen Van Cong), Nguyen Ngoc Dong, Nguyen Nhat and former deputy director of the government office, Pham Viet Muon, also have personal responsibility for lack of management.
The Central Committee of the Communist Party of China pointed out that the disciplinary actions of the Party Group of the Ministry of Communications and the former officials had a negative impact on the party’s prestige, “to the extent that it should be punished” and recommended that the superiors take appropriate disciplinary measures.
In addition, the Standing Committee of the Naval Service Committee of the Ministry of National Defense, the former Deputy Minister of the Ministry of National Defense (Nguyen Van Hien), the former political commissar of the naval service, the rank of Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Tinh, the former deputy commander of the naval service, and the rank of Major General Le Wen (Le Van Dao) and other military officers, because of violations of military land management and other disciplinary actions, were also punished by the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China or recommended to the higher authorities.