Former leaders of the south central province of Khánh Hòa Lê Đức Vinh. — VNA/VNS Photo
HÀ NỘI — Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc recently issued disciplinary measures against some incumbent and former leaders of the south central province of Khánh Hòa for their “very serious” mistakes while performing duties.
Accordingly, Lê Đức Vinh was dismissed from his post as Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee in the 2016-21 tenure and his status as Vice Chairman of the committee in the 2011-16 tenure.
The PM also fired Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee in the 2016-21 tenure Đào Công Thiện and stripped Nguyễn Chiến Thắng of his status as Chairman of the committee between 2011 and 2016.
Trần Sơn Hải, former Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee in 2011-16 and 2016-21, was given a warning.
Earlier, the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat had also removed Vinh, Thiện and Thắng from all their posts in the Party. The Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission issued a warning as a disciplinary measure for Hải.
According to the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat, the Standing Board of the Khánh Hoà provincial Party Committee in the 2010-15 and 2015-20 tenures and the Party unit of the provincial People’s Committee in the 2011-16 and 2016-21 tenures violated the principle of centralised democracy and working regulations. They also showed a lack of responsibility along with poor leadership and supervision and monitoring, causing many violations of law and shortcomings in land management and use and the implementation of construction projects over a long period of time.
That led to “very serious consequences” and “very big losses” to land resources, asset and budget of the State, thus directly affecting defence – security, causing negative socio-economic impact, stirring public concern, and a bad effect on the Party organisation’s prestige.
Given this, the Secretariat decided to give a warning to the Standing Board of the Khánh Hòa provincial Party Committee and the Party unit of the provincial People’s Committee. — VNS