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Former Government Office chief faces discipline

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – The Central Inspection Commission has recommended disciplinary measures against Mai Tien Dung, former chairman of the Government Office, and several other officials.

The Central Inspection Commission held its 41st session on May 6 and 7, reviewed reports recommending disciplinary measures against certain Party members in Bac Giang, Bac Ninh, Vinh Phuc, Gia Lai, the Government Office, and the National Assembly Office.

Dung, former chairman of the Government Office and former member of the Party Central Committee, has been found to violate Party rules and State laws on the execution of their assigned duties and tasks, particularly in anti-corruption and anti-negative practices.

He violated regulations on what Party members are prohibited from doing and their responsibility to act as role models, resulting in serious consequences and public outcry, and adversely affecting the credibility of the Party, government agencies, and units.

Other individuals, namely Duong Van Thai, NA deputy and Party secretary of Bac Giang Province; Pham Thai Ha, assistant to the chairman of the National Assembly; Ho Van Diem, former member of the Standing Committee of the Gia Lai’s Party Committee, chairman of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee in Gia Lai; and Le Tuan Hong, secretary of the Party Committee in Luong Tai District, Bac Ninh Province, are held accountable for the same violations and wrongdoings.

Nguyen Van Khuoc, member of Vinh Phuc Province’s Party Committee, and vice chairman of the People’s Committee of Vinh Phuc; Chu Quoc Hai, former deputy secretary of the Party Committee, deputy director of the Department of Natural Resources and Environment; Hoang Van Nhiem, deputy director of the Department of Finance in Vinh Phuc Province, are also included in the list.

Based on the Party’s regulations, the Central Inspection Commission decided to expel Chu Quoc Hai and Hoang Van Nhiem from the Party.

Disciplinary measures are proposed for Mai Tien Dung, Duong Van Thai, Pham Thai Ha, Ho Van Diem, Le Tuan Hong, and Nguyen Van Khuoc.

Nine days ago, Mai Tien Dung was detained by the investigative agency under the Ministry of Public Security, on alleged charges of abuse of power and authority while performing official duties. He is accused of misconduct related to a project in Lam Dong Province, but specific actions have not been disclosed yet.

Prior to that, Pham Thai Ha and Duong Van Thai were arrested for misconduct related to the Thuan An Group bribery case.

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