Vũ Văn Sử. — VNA/VNS Photo
HÀ NỘI — The Secretariat of the Party Central Committee (PCC) has decided to take disciplinary measures against several individuals and a unit for violating the principle of centralised democracy and working regulations.
The Secretariat has issued a disciplinary warning to the Standing Board of the Party Committee in the central province of Khánh Hòa. The board was found guilty of violating the principle of centralised democracy and working regulations. Loose land management had caused losses to the State, creating public concern and affecting the reputation of the Party.
Disciplinary measures were also taken against Vũ Văn Sử, a member of the Party Committee and director of Hà Giang's Education and Training Department for lack of responsibility and abuse of power to bump up scores in the national high school examinations.
Bùi Trọng Đắc, a member of the Party Committee and director of Hòa Bình's Education and Training Department was accused of diminished responsibility and allowing serious violations in the high school examinations in 2017 and 2018. Officials and Party members of the department have been put under investigation and prosecuted for violations relating to the exam fraud.
The Secretariat expelled Sử from the Party and stripped Đăc of his position for 2015-2020.
Relating to disciplinary measures against Bùi Ngọc Bảo, former secretary of the Vietnam National Petroleum Group (Petrolimex), the Secretariat said Bao should be held responsible for violations and wrongdoings at the group.
The board has been found guilty of diminished responsibility and slack leadership, supervision and inspection, allowing the group to violate the Party’s regulations and the State’s laws on personnel, asset management and petroleum business activities.
It is accused of losing State money and property over equitisation, restructuring and State divestment, and the implementation of some constructions.
The Secretariat decided to stripped Bảo of all his positions. — VNS