PM requires breakthroughs in anti-corruption in 2010
VGP – The Central Steering Committee for Anti-corruption today convened its 12th meeting to review its performance in 2009 and map out the follow-up missions.
PM Dũng underlined the need of focusing on perfecting State management regimes, mechanisms and policies in such “sensitive” fields like land management and use, customs, budget collection and spending, and construction investment.
“The requirement is that, in 2010, we must create breakthroughs [in the anti-corruption work] and minimize corruption in those fields,” stressed the Government chief.
He also placed importance on the abrogation of troublesome administrative procedures which are, as he noted, “loopholes for dirty officials to make corrupt use…”
PM Nguyễn Tấn Dũng (1st from right) in a sideline discussion with members of the Central Steering Committee for Anti-corruption, at the 12thmeeting of the Committee, Hà Nội, January 14, 2010 – Photo: VGP/Đình Hải
Major tasks in Q1
Concluding its 12th meeting, the Central Steering Committee for Anti-corruption put forth some key missions to be done in the first quarter.
Accordingly, a nationwide conference will be held to evaluate outcomes of the anti-corruption work.
It will also urge and supervise ministries and local authorities to prevent corrupt acts which can mushroom during the upcoming Lunar New Year festival.