Romania's left-wing Prime Minister Mihai Tudose resigned on Monday after losing the backing of his party due to internal power struggles, barely seven months after his predecessor suffered the same fate.
A group of reporters from the Nhân Dân (People) newspaper and one from the Người làm báo (The Journalist) magazine have won the top prizes at a national press contest promoting the fight against corruption and wastefulness in the country.
In a Đà Nẵng plot that has thickened steadily over the last several years, police are seeking a 42-year-old real estate tycoon, Phan Văn Anh Vũ, for criminal charges of “revealing State secrets.”
The Government held its annual teleconference with provinces and cities yesterday to discuss implementing Party and National Assembly sociio-economic resolutions and State budget estimates for 2018.
The National Assembly Standing Committee yesterday convened and agreed in principle the introduction of government’s regulations on gallery and exhibitions as well as the establishment of the Ninh Cường township in the northern province of Nam Định.
A former member of the Party Politburo and deputy head of the Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission has become the highest-ranked official yet to be snared by the anti-corruption drive initiated by Party General Secretary Nguyễn Phú Trọng.
Australian companies will be held responsible for bribery committed by employees and contractors under new laws introduced on Wednesday aimed at combating corporate crime that costs the country billions of dollars a year.
A new anti-corruption resolution targets greater control over the assets and income of officials, public employees and civil servants, and requires relevant agencies to perform their tasks in a transparent manner.
National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân had a meeting with voters in Phong Điền Town of the Mekong city of Cần Thơ to brief them on the outcomes of the NA’s fourth session.