VOV.VN -The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) are poised to receive a fine from the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) after fans set off flares during the recent under-23 international between Vietnam and Indonesia.
Information provided by the public, the media, and voters have helped Ho Chi Minh City discipline 97 Party members who committed violations, receiving punishments ranging from warnings to being expelled from the Party, said Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan.
The Party, the Government and political apparatus as a whole is committed and determined to fight corruption, said Minister - Chairman of the Government’s Office Mai Tien Dung.
The Prime Minister has signed decisions to apply disciplinary measures on four former leaders of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and the central province of Ha Tinh, whose violations are linked to the serious environmental incident caused by Formosa Ha Tinh.
The Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission has decided disciplinary actions for a number of former executives of the National Oil and Gas Group (PVN) for their serious legal violations that caused great economic losses and negatively affected the prestige of the Party Organization.
The Government has issued a decree on punishments for administrative violations in the minerals and water resources sectors, imposing fines ranging from VND250 million (US$11,125) to VND2 billion (US$89,000).
Those who litter or urinate in public will be fined up to VND7 million (US$313), starting February 1, according to a recent decree by the Vietnamese government.
Vietnamese officials have decided to intensify a crackdown on public urination in the name of environmental protection.
Despite warnings and punishments, enterprises have been using sophisticated methods to ignore regulations, damaging the environment and putting rivers in the Mekong Delta at risk.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) has decided to fine and suspend a security officer for slapping a passenger.
More than 200 drivers were caught on camera violating traffic regulations, the Hanoi Traffic Police Division reported 10 days after the surveillance camera programme went into effect.
The Government Inspectorate said on April 15 that during the first quarter it uncovered violations involving more than VND3.5 trillion (US$162 million) and almost 60 hectares of land.
Authorities in Tra Vinh Province have demanded strict punishments for a group of seventh graders after a video went viral showing they brutally attacked a classmate during indoor recess for being "disobedient".