Latest News about Anti-corruption
Party Secretary General Nguyen Phu Trong, chairing the meeting of the Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption on November 18, said the investigation of violations in the healthcare sector should be hastened.
The competent agencies urgently investigated and prosecuted a number of other key corruption cases that are of special concern to the public.
Deputy Inspector General Tran Ngoc Liem talks on the Government Inspectorate’s plans and the importance of mechanisms to prevent and deter corruption
It was when the battle against corruption needed a leader to raise the flag that Party Secretary General and State President Nguyen Phu Trong appeared, with intelligence and courage.
The disciplining of a series of high-ranking officials, including incumbent and retired ones, shows that the fight against corruption and wrongdoings in the last five years has been accelerated
Phan Dien, former member of the Party Central Party Polibureau, talks to Chinhphu.vn on successes gained in the current term of the XII Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam in the fight against corruption.
Up to 93 percent of questioned people show their confidence in the Party’s leadership in the fight against corruption,
The Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption held a symposium in Hanoi on Saturday to discuss results of corruption prevention and control during 2013-20, especially since the beginning of the Party’s 12th tenure.
Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong on Wednesday in Hanoi chaired the standing committee of the Steering Committee on Anti-Corruption to review its work since the beginning of this year.
On September 14, Government Inspector General Le Minh Khai represented the Government in reporting to the National Assembly Standing Committee on anti-corruption tasks in 2020.
The fight against corruption in the recent time hasn’t been stagnant or slack but increasingly drastic and effective,
The resolute and uncompromising efforts by the Party and State’s leaders and the no-forbidden zone policy in fighting corruption have created great confidence among people.
The Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption has asked the competent agencies to proceed with first-instance hearings this year for 10 serious corruption cases that have provoked extreme public concern.
Vietnamese people believe that corruption is declining and that the nation’s anticorruption efforts are becoming increasingly more effective, according to the Vietnam Corruption Barometer 2019 report.
The enormous demand for infrastructure investment across Asia-Pacific had led to greater risks of corruption, Deputy Inspector General Tran Ngoc Liem said yesterday.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc signed a dispatch No.724/CD-TTg dated June 17 on strengthening measures to prevent negative and corruption behaviours in public service.
Professor Phan Xuan Son from the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics talks to Voice of Viet Nam (VOV) about the application of the late President Ho Chi Minh’s ideology in current anti-corruption efforts.