A consultation workshop on a draft report and guidelines for non-State enterprises and social organisations to implement anti-corruption laws was held in Hanoi on July 28.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc applauded effective cooperation activities between the Government Inspectorate of Vietnam and the Russian Presidential Anti-Corruption Directorate at a February 17 reception in Hanoi for Chief of the Russian Presidential Anti-Corruption Directorate Chobotov Andrey Sergeevich.
The Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption held its 17th session on January 15 under the chair of Party General Secretary, President and head of the committee Nguyen Phu Trong, to look back at its work in 2019 and line out key tasks for 2020.
The enforcement of the anti-corruption law in enterprises and organisations in the non-state sector was the focus of a forum held in Hanoi on December 12 by the Government Inspectorate in coordination with UNDP and the British Embassy in Vietnam.
The 10th Regional Conference on Preventing and Combating Corruption in Infrastructure Projects in Asia-Pacific opened in Hanoi on December 3.
Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong chaired a meeting of the Politburo in Hanoi on November 1 to look into some projects regarding anti-corruption.
National Assembly (NA) deputies will have a plenary discussion on October 25 as part of their ongoing eighth session, focusing on the draft law on amendments and supplements to a number of articles of the Law on Government Organisation and the Law on Local Administration Organisation.
Party members and the public have expressed their approval of the Politburo’s new regulation on power control in personnel work, and the prevention of bribery to acquire high-ranking positions.
VOV.VN - The National Assembly Committee for Judicial Affairs has convened a plenary session to examine a government report on the fight against corruption this year. The report says progress has been made in anti-corruption efforts.
The Central Steering Committee on Corruption Prevention and Control has sent a dispatch to Party units and authorities of centrally-run cities and provinces requesting strictly dealing with negative and corruption behaviours in anti-corruption units.
The recovery of stolen assets in corruption and economic crimes has not met expectations with only 17.26 percent of lost money in Vietnam dong and 59.48 percent of lost money in foreign currencies reclaimed during the period from 2013 to September 2018.
Politburo member and Minister of Public Security General To Lam, who is also deputy head of the Central Steering Committee on Anti-Corruption, has lauded efforts of the Finance Ministry’s Party committee in the reclamation of assets in corrupt and economic cases.
Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong extended Tet (Lunar New Year) greetings to leaders of the Party, State, Vietnam Fatherland Committee as well as the whole Vietnamese people in and outside the country at a get-together in Hanoi on February 1.
The Commission for Internal Affairs of the Party Central Committee has made significant contributions to the fight against corruption, it was affirmed at the commission’s meeting on January 22.
The Central Steering Committee for Anti-corruption instructed agencies to speed up the investigation, prosecution, and judgment of big cases from now to the yearend during its meeting under the chair of its head, Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong in Hanoi on November 10.
The Inspection Commissions of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee and the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (LPRP) Central Committee held talks in Vientiane on October 31.
The 14th National Assembly will continue with the question-and-answer session on October 31, the second day of this kind of work, as part of its ongoing sixth plenum.
The National Assembly Standing Committee convened a conference of full-time NA deputies on September 6 to discuss the draft revised law on fighting corruption and draft adjustments to the Law on Higher Education.
The top listed ASEAN companies have been improving their anti-corruption activities over the past two years, according to the Study on Corporate Disclosure on Business Integrity in ASEAN, which was announced at the ASEAN Responsible Business Forum (ARBF) in Singapore on August 27-28.
The Central Steering Committee on Anti-Corruption held its 14th meeting in Hanoi on August 16 to review its performance so far this year, as well as its general progress since its establishment five years ago.