HCMC Vice Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Vo Van Hoan was reprimanded by the government for violations and shortcomings in his job.
Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh signed the disciplinary decision Monday, after Hoan received similar punishment from the Communist Party’s Central Inspection Committee in June.
Hoan, 57, has been HCMC vice Chairman since May 2019, responsibile for economic affairs.
In June, the Central Inspection Committee also gave official warning against the Standing Committee of the Party Committee of the HCMC’s Department of Construction and the Standing Party Committee of HCMC People’s Committee for the 2015-2020 term.
The committee found that the HCMC People’s Committee’s Party Committee violated the principle of democratic centralism and operating norms; were irresponsible and negligent in leadership and guidance.
As a result, the People’s Committee and related organizations, individuals had violated the Party and the government’s regulations in managing state assets.
The transgressions caused serious consequences, resulted in significant property and state budget losses, caused social discontent, and harmed the reputation of the Party committee and the local authorities, the Central Inspection Committee said.
Vietnam’s Communist Party has four modes of punishment for misconduct by official members: reprimand, warning, demotion and expulsion.
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