- A Decision is based on Regulation No.185/2007/ND-CP on December 25, 2007 of the PM regulating function, task, power and organization mechanism of the MOCST
- PM assigns new tasks to public security force
- PM assigns new tasks to the Government Office
- PM Dung gives tasks to banking sector
- PM Dung assigns tasks to embassy staff in Japan
PM Dung,who is also Head of the Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption,made the emphasis while chairing the committee’s 17 th session inHanoi on April 25.
“Together with the strict,open and transparent settlement of corruption-related cases, allministries and localities should focus on corruption detection andprevention, especially inspection and supervision work,” he said.
He also stressed the need to effectively implement anti-corruptionmeasures through the building and completion of institutions, as well asraising the responsibilities of leaders, the role of Party cells andeach Party member in preventing and combating corruption.
It is necessary to seriously implement regulations on openness andtransparency in the operations of agencies and organisations whilestrengthening supervision mechanisms of people and socio-politicalorganisations for the fight against corruption, waste and negativecases, he added.
The PM also noted that authorisedagencies should continue popularisation and education on the corruptionfight as well as speed up the settlement of corruption cases,especially serious and complex cases.
A draftreport on corruption prevention results in the first quarter and anorientation and tasks for the second quarter of 2012 delivered at thesession showed that the fight against corruption in Vietnam has seenpositive developments, with openness and transparency in the operationof agencies and organisations, the assets and incomes of civil servants,as well as the creation of codes of conduct and professional ethics.
The Government Inspectorate reviewed five years of implementing theAnti-Corruption Law and the first stage of the National Strategy onAnti-Corruption.
In the first quarter of this year, inspections detected wrong spendings with a total sum of over 32 trillion VND.
In the period, cities and provinces nationwide concluded 310 inspections in economic and social fields.
The country took proceedings in 55 cases and prosecuted 67 casesrelating to corruption, representing year-on-year respective increasesof 12 percent and 34 percent.
In the secondquarter of this year, the Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruptionwill speed up the implementation of Project 137 on putting corruptionprevention on training programmes as well as urgently issue documentsguiding the use of the anti-corruption reward fund, in order to timelycommend and reward people with outstanding achievements in detecting anddenouncing corruption cases.
The committee willfocus on steering the discovery, inspection, prosecution and judgementof corruption cases, especially serious and complex cases.-VNA