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Friday, August 14, 2020
Tags: corruption fight
Corruption fight increasingly drastic effective: top leader Corruption fight increasingly drastic, effective: top leader
The fight against corruption in the recent time hasn’t been stagnant or slack but increasingly drastic and effective, Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong said at the 18th session of the Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption in Hanoi on July 25.
Vietnam reaches for prosperity Vietnam reaches for prosperity
General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam and President Nguyen Phu Trong shares his thoughts with the Vietnam News Agency on the efforts the Party and Vietnamese people have made to bring the country to where it is today.
Building on 2018 successes 2019 will be a year of breakthroughs: PM Phuc Building on 2018 successes, 2019 will be a year of ’breakthroughs’: PM Phuc
This will be a year of ‘breakthroughs’ in all sectors and see all striving towards “the highest achievements,” Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc wrote in an article issued on the first day of 2019 that summarized socio-economic development in 2018 and laid down orientations for 2019.
Notable changes in the new Penal Code at a glance Notable changes in the new Penal Code at a glance
This article summarizes significant changes in the 2015 Penal Code and its revisions in 2017, including penalizing commercial legal persons for committing certain crimes, scrapping the crime of illegally doing business, and criminally charging corruption-related offenders in the private sector.
King Le Thanh Tong and the building of the contingent of mandarins King Le Thanh Tong and the building of the contingent of mandarins
Le Thanh Tong ascended the throne in 1460 when he was 18 years old and died when he was 56. He was considered the most talented ruler in feudal Vietnam as assessed by “Dai Viet Su Ky toan thu” (the Complete Book of the Historical Record of Great Viet): “The King founded a strong state, expanded the territory and brought prosperity to the nation; he was truly a talented, heroic ruler who could be compared to Yu Ti of the Han dynasty and Taizong of the Tang dynasty.”
Corruption whistleblowers protection mechanism under current laws Corruption whistleblowers protection mechanism under current laws
Vietnam has long recognized the rights of whistleblowers in general and corruption whistleblowers in particular in many different legal instruments. However, many legal provisions are just principles, non-specific and scattered in various legal instruments of different legal effects.
Ensuring participation of society in corruption fight in Vietnam Ensuring participation of society in corruption fight in Vietnam
In 2003, Vietnam signed the United Nations Convention against Corruption.  After nearly seven years since the Convention was ratified and officially came into force for Vietnam in 2009, how far has Vietnam come in fulfillment of its anti-corruption commitments and what the country should do to ensure the role of society in the fight against corruption?
Party resolves to fight corruption Party resolves to fight corruption
The Communist Party of Vietnam has reaffirmed its high determination to fight corruption, clearly stating that its inspectorate “must closely coordinate with state bodies functioning to prevent and combat corruption in inspecting, supervising, detecting and handling in time violators and publicize the handling results.”
Conference appreciates transparency to corruption fight Conference appreciates transparency to corruption fight
Simplifying land-related administrative reforms and increasing transparency and accountability of involved people would help eradicate land management corruption in Vietnam, participants heard on January 19 in Hanoi at an anti-corruption conference.
National Assembly considers issues of corruption legislative oversight National Assembly considers issues of corruption, legislative oversight
The XIth National Assembly (NA) discussed wide-ranging issues, including corruption, supervision and lawmaking, during the first half of its ongoing 10th session (Oct. 17-Nov. 11).

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