An ex-deputy transport minister arrested in a major corruption scandal that rocked Vietnam last year will be released on bail pending his trial, the Hanoi prosecution office said yesterday.
Former Deputy Transport Minister Nguyen Viet Tien was apprehended in April 2006, and charged with “deliberately violating state economic state regulations causing serious consequences”, “abusing power”, and “dereliction of duty”.
Nguyen Viet Tien was nabbed in April 2006
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