She said the commission has contributed to preventing and driving back degradation in political ideology, morals, and lifestyle; combating “self-evolution” and “self-transformation” behaviour in internal affairs; and fighting corruption and wastefulness, thus improving the Party’s leadership and capacity, as well as strengthening trust in officials, Party members, and people.
Pointing out shortcomings in Party inspection and discipline, Ngan said several units and localities have yet to take any substantial action in the field; while cooperation among inspectors, auditors, public security forces, courts, and people’s procuracies remains loose and irregular. Therefore, moral degradation, violations of democratic centralism principles, corruption, and wastefulness remain unresolved issues.
The Party is set to build and rectify itself with stronger political determination to create new progress in all facets and towards fighting red tape and corruption amongst officials and Party members, she said.
Concluding the event, head of the commission Tran Cam Tu said the year 2019 is important to successfully realise the resolution adopted by the 12th National Party Congress and prepare for the 13th National Party Congress.
Regarding the tasks for 2019, Tu asked Party units to fully grasp their role and the importance of Party inspection and discipline, and outline synchronous and drastic measures to improve the efficiency of inspection.
The commission will actively and proactively prepare for Party congresses at all levels towards the 13th National Party Congress; offer consultation to effectively realise the 2019 inspection programmes by the Politburo, the Secretariat, and Party committees at all levels; thoroughly deal with letters of complaint and denunciation; and build a contingent of quality personnel, he said.
The conference agreed that the Party committees and inspection commission will monitor the implementation of Party resolutions and directives, and the State’s policies and laws, as well as fix existing shortcomings in 2019.