The Hanoitimes - The process would continue with tireless efforts and no disheartened activities would be accepted, the president told voters.
Vietnamese President Nguyen Phu Trong affirmed the Party and state's determination to continue fighting against corruption untiringly for sustainable development.
Anti-corruption continues to be the central point in the development and requires effortless engagement of the whole society, the president said at a meeting with constituents in Hanoi’s Ba Dinh, Tay Ho, and Hoan Kiem districts.
President Nguyen Phu Trong meets with constituents on November 24. Photo: Chinhphu.vn
He said that the anti-corruption drive requires the cooperation of different sectors including inspection, audit, procuracy, and hearing in a well-disciplined process and judgment and in a humane way as well.
The process would continue with tireless efforts and no disheartened activities would be accepted, the president told constituents.
He emphasized the need of managing cadres and educating them when they derail to timely prevent wrongdoings.
At the meeting, voters said it’s a pity that the National Assembly adopted revised Law on Anti-corruption without regulations on investigating unclear additional assets of cadres. The president said that the national legislative body would supplement the law once it gets more consensus from deputies.
The law, which was passed in 2005, has been amended for four times.
Vietnam, with the establishment of the Central Steering Committee for Anti-Corruption in 2013, has brought to light dozens of cases with culprits and defendants being senior officials, significantly regaining public trust in the state’s anti-corruption efforts.