|"The measure aims to improve the quality of the vehicle registration centres and fix problems undermining vehicle registrations, the committee said." — Photo tienphong
HA NOI (VNS)— Local vehicle registration centres will be inspected from May 1 according to a message from the Ha Noi People's Committee.
The measure aims to improve the quality of the vehicle registration centres and fix problems undermining vehicle registrations, the committee said.
The committee has also assigned the municipal Transport Department to compile detailed plans for the inspections.
Ha Noi has 12 vehicle registration centres.
The inspections follow a directive approved by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung nearly two weeks ago, under which Dung orders the Ministry of Transport to inspect more than 100 vehicle registration centres across the country.
The ministry is also required to address loopholes in the system, which enable corruption or misconduct, while violating centres will be publicly named and shamed.
In a related move, the Viet Nam Register on Monday suspended seven registration staff from the 3601S Register Centre in Thanh Hoa Province.
Findings from the agency showed that 32 registration staff and one vehicle registration centre nation-wide were suspended from work because of their violations relating to vehicle inspection and registration since mid March. — VNS