HCM City is urged to intensify its anti-corruption efforts
According to the steering committee, the standing board has given adequate consideration to the fight against corruption and other negative phenomena, and has proposed solutions to increase the work's efficiency. In addition, the report identified flaws and even violations, according to the committee, which noted that the assessment and evaluation of corruption cases has been hampered by legal restrictions.
At the session (Photo: VNA).
In his remarks, Phan Dinh Trac, permanent deputy head of the Central Steering Committee for Corruption and Negative Phenomena Prevention and Control, urged the southern metropolis to intensify this fight by increasing inspection and supervision, as well as the effectiveness of evaluation and assessment.
Trac, who is also a member of the Politburo, the Secretary of the Party's Central Committee, and the head of its Commission for Home Affairs, stated that the assessment and evaluation work requires more attention because it has a major impact on the investigation, prosecution, and trial.
Nguyen Van Nen, a member of the Politburo and the Secretary of the municipal Party Committee, vowed to instruct the relevant agencies to address the deficiencies in order to improve work leadership.
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