The An Giang provincial People’s Court on January 23 sent four men to jail for “conducting propaganda against the State of the Socialist Republic of Việt Nam” under Clause 2 of Article 88 of the 2009 Penal Code.
The representative of the HCM City People’s Procuracy suggested punishing Phạm Công Danh, ex-Chairman of the Việt Nam Construction Bank (VNCB)’s Board of Directors and general director of Thiên Thanh Group 20 years in jail for “deliberately violating State regulations on economic management causing severe consequences” at the VNCB.
The Hà Nội People’s Court today delivered its verdict on the malfeasances, which took place at the State-owned oil group, wrapping up two weeks of the high-profile trial.
Police in northern Quảng Ninh Province on Thursday started legal proceedings against a man arrested for trafficking endangered species.
Defendants in the first-instance trial on several charges of wrongdoings at the State-owned oil PetroVietnam (PVN) group made final statements at the court on Wednesday, expressing regrets and asking for leniency from the judges.
The People’s Court of Nghệ An Province has handed a five-year jail sentence to Nguyễn Văn Oai for “resisting on-duty officials,” and “not serving the sentence” at a second instance trial in Vinh City on Monday.
Drunk drivers whose alcohol content exceeds 100mg for every 100ml of blood, or 0.5mg for every litre of breath, should be pressed with criminal charges instead of fines, experts suggested.
Former Politburo member and chairman of the Member Council of PetroVietnam (PVN) Đinh La Thăng has admitted failing to fulfill his responsibility as the leader of the group.
Proposed sentences for 22 defendants involved in serious economic mismanagement and misappropriation at the State-owned oil group were announced by prosecutors yesterday as the high-profile trial enters the open-debate process.
People employing under-16-year-old workers can receive an administrative fine or up to 12 years' imprisonment depending on the level of violations.