July 14, 2024

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The PCV Politburo accepts the resignation of Hanoi party leader

The PCV Politburo accepts the resignation of Hanoi party leader

Tien Dung’s resignation came after the Politburo and Secretariat of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam analyzed the irregularities in the performance of his duties that he committed from 2016 to 2021, when he served as Minister of Finance and Secretary of the Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam. Party affairs of the portfolio itself.

The highest organs of the Cuban Communist Party decided that the Party Affairs Committee of the Ministry of Finance had in that period violated the principle of democratic centralism, the Party and Labor Regulations, and the laws of the State, and lacked responsibility.

The party body also failed to fulfill the tasks and tasks assigned to it regarding consultation, issuance of mechanisms and policies, and state management of the issuance and transactions of private corporate bonds, including companies associated with the Van Thienh Fat and An Dong groups.

The memo published today in the media noted that these violations and deficiencies caused ā€œsevere consequences that are difficult to remedy, and the risk of the state budget incurring huge losses, as well as damage to bond investors, which negatively affects the business environment.ā€ Investment, social order and security.

At the same time, he added, it aroused public anger and weakened the reputation of party organizations and state administration agencies.

He noted that according to the dissolution of the Politburo of the Communist Party of China, Dinh Tien Dung should take over as head of the agency, given the numerous irregularities in the ministry.

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Another case analyzed the previous day by senior party officials was that of Deputy Director of the Internal Affairs Committee of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam, member of the Executive Bureau of the Party Committee of the Internal Affairs Committee and Chairman of its Inspection Board, Nguyen Phan. yen.

The Politburo and the Secretariat concluded that Fan Yin showed a decline in political thinking, morals and lifestyle, and violated the Party’s regulations and laws on protecting state secrets, declaring assets and income, and marriage and family.

Moreover, he failed to adhere to the rules laid down for Party members and the responsibility of being role models, causing very serious consequences, frustrating public opinion and damaging the reputation of the Party organization and his workplace, resulting in his dismissal from all positions. Their positions in the organization.

Also on Wednesday, Vietnamese Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh decided to impose sanctions on the former heads of the People’s Committee of Central Quang Ngai Province, Le Viet Chu and Cao Kho, both of whom were subject to judicial proceedings for receiving bribes.

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