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Phan Thi My Thanh dismissed from all Party posts
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Phan Thi My Thanh dismissed from all Party posts

Phan Thi My Thanh - PHOTO: VNA

HCMC – The Party Secretariat has removed Phan Thi My Thanh, deputy secretary of Dong Nai Province’s Party Committee, from all Party posts for her serious wrongdoing.

The Secretariat of the Party Central Committee has also proposed the delegation of Party members to the National Assembly (NA) consider dismissing Thanh from the legislature. She is currently head of the Dong Nai Province delegation of NA deputies.

According to an announcement of the Office of the Party Central Committee, the Secretariat met last Friday to consider a proposal of the Central Party Committee’s Inspection Commission for taking disciplinary action against Thanh for her serious violations. The meeting was chaired by Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong.

The Secretariat concluded that Thanh lacked responsibility while serving as director of Dong Nai Province’s Department of Industry in the 2003-2009 period.

Thanh did not instruct construction of infrastructure for the Thong Nhat textile factory’s housing project though money had been collected from buyers’ households. She ordered a transfer of remaining money in the project to Tan Mai Wood Co. and did not hand over the project to her successor, leading to protests and public disorder, and hurting the reputation of the department.

While serving as vice chairwoman of Dong Nai Province People’s Committee in 2011-2014, Thanh signed many decisions of the committee but did not consult relevant departments. This act went against laws and regulations.

Thanh also signed Decision 2230/QD-UBND dated July 21, 2014 of the provincial People’s Committee approving a Dong Nai River land reclamation project without reporting to and consulting relevant ministries and agencies.

Thanh even signed some provincial government decisions in favor of her family business’s projects in the fields that she was in charge of. There were projects giving inaccurate information about workloads and implementation progress to benefit the business of her family.

Thanh was found to lack a sense of discipline. She used her diplomatic passport to travel abroad for personal purposes several times and even went abroad without reporting as required.

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