HCMC Party Chief requires quarterly inspection report to prevent corruption

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HCMC Party Committee Secretary Nguyen Thien Nhan on January 16 required the Inspection Commission of the city Party Committee to quarterly report inspection and supervision results in the entire city in order to deter party members and cadres from corrupting.

Secretary of HCMC Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan delivers a statement at the conference on January 16 (Photo: SGGP)

Secretary of HCMC Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan delivers a statement at the conference on January 16 (Photo: SGGP)

He made the requirement at a conference on party discipline inspection and supervision in 2018, missions in 2019 and review one year implementation of Regulation 1374 since 2017 by the standing board of the HCMC Party Committee.
Stating at the conference, Mr. Nhan underlined the role of party inspection saying it will not only ensure clean and strong party but also fortify the government system. It needs synchronous coordination among inspection agencies of the party and the state and supervision by the Vietnam Fatherland Front, people’s councils and the National Assembly to better inspection and supervision of the political system.
Last year, the city People’s Committee received about 8,000 complaints and denouncements. Of these. Over 4,000 cases were in need of solving.
Referring to Regulation 1374 on the process of solving information related to the degradation of political ideology, ethics and lifestyle as well as party rule and state law violations by collectives and individuals, Mr. Nhan said that over 82 percent of the information was solved. From that, many party member and civil servants have been handled.
However announcement of violations on the press was too little to create deterrence. So it should be performed more regularly.
Talking about solutions to build clean and strong party and government systems, Mr. Nguyen Thien Nhan repeated the need of synchronous cooperation in inspection and supervision operations of the whole political system to handle all violating officials and party members.
Specific solutions include more efficient implementation of Regulation 1374 and forming of a serious atmosphere in tackling violations to deter and prevent them from occurring.
He tasked the Inspection Commission of the city Party Committee to quarterly report and announce results of inspection and surveillance of the entire city, citing Singapore’s experience in building mechanism and sense “Unable to corrupt, do not want to corrupt and do not dare to corrupt.”
HCMC need to set up the ecosystem of healthy and exemplary cadres who can live with their income, he stressed.
Mr. Nhan also appreciated obtained results in the party inspection field of the city with inspection launch to nearly 4,000 party organizations in 2018. Still he asked the compatibility between the number with the volume of 8,000 complaints and denouncements received in the same year.
Hence, inspection should be tied to the structure of problem, areas and fields of inspection objects to ensure the best efficiency.
Moreover, it is needed to build efficient thematic inspections and supervisions and inspect officials and cadres who implement inspection and supervision work for timelier and faster uncovering and handling of weaknesses and violations, he said.

By KIEU PHONG – Translated by Hai Anh

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