The Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission on September 14 announced the results of its 48th meeting in Hanoi from September 9 to 11.
At the 48th meeting of the Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission (Photo: VNA)
Chaired by Secretary of the Party Central Committee and head of the commission Tran Cam Tu, the meeting considered reports from the Standing Board of the Central Military Commission on disciplinary actions against several Party members.
Regarding the East Sea issue, all countries attending the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) shared the spirit of making a contribution to dialogue and cooperation, said Director of the Foreign Ministry’s ASEAN Affairs Department Vu Ho.
Director General of the ASEAN Affairs Department Vu Ho. Photo: Pham Hai
On September 14, Government Inspector General Le Minh Khai represented the Government in reporting to the National Assembly Standing Committee on anti-corruption tasks in 2020.
Government Inspector General Le Minh Khai
According to the Government Inspectorate’s report, some high-ranking officials were suspended from work after investigating their involvement in legal cases, including former Hanoi Mayor Nguyen Duc Chung and former Vice Chairman of HCM City Tran Vinh Tuyen.
12 high-ranking officials faced criminal sanctions for being irresponsible, causing corruption cases.
The authorities also disciplined 56 officials, handled 64 officials for criminal violation of norms and standards and recovered nearly VND23 billion related to the violations.
Vietnam has never had the strength and position as good as it has now to rise up. We need to have a mindset of going ahead. Only when we carry that mindset will we be able to seize the opportunity.
VietNamNet introduces the last part of the presentation by Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung.
Focus on transport infrastructure, energy
Three North – South expressway projects will start this September.
In terms of investment, Vietnam needs to focus on major transport infrastructure and energy projects to improve the competitiveness of the economy, and build the North-South expressway soon. No country can develop without expressways. Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam must ‘go ahead, not follow’”→
French lensman Pierre Dieulefils captured images of daily life in Vietnam in the 1880s.
At the end of the 19th century southern women preferred “ao ngu than” (five-piece ao dai) and beaded jewelry. According to designer Sy Hoang, rich women used to wear this type of ao dai, with four layers representing the parents of the wife and husband and the fifth, the wearer. The tunic also had five buttons, symbolic of the five qualities everyone should have – nhan (kindness), le (decorum), nghia (uprightness), tri (wisdom) and tin (faithfulness). Tiếp tục đọc “Vietnam in the late 19th century through French photographer’s lens”→