Central Anti-Corruption Steering Commission to Make Debut Early October

Former PMU18 director Bui Tien Dung (small) spends million of dollars on football betting and offers bribes to various officials, causing serious consequences.

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Vinh Trong recently answered the press that the Central Anti-Corruption Steering Commission would make its debut early this October to promptly tackle big and serious cases.

According to the Deputy PM, the commission will consult with the Politburo and the Secretariat to implement the third Party Central Committee resolution, making all party members understand and carry it out well. The commission’s operation programs till the end of this year will also be adopted this October.

Particularly, the commission will promptly address cases that draw much of people’s concern such as the PMU18 and will also step by step strengthen its organization and instruct provincial authorities to establish their corruption prevention mechanism, said Mr. Trong.

Local anti-corruption commissions will tackle pressing cases in their localities while the central commissions and branches will have to build up their action plans on corruption prevention, he added.

Source: TT – Translated by Trong Khuong

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