Hanoi (VNA) – The Secretariat of the Party Central Committee decided on disciplinary measures against two officials of the southern province of Dong Nai during a meeting in Hanoi on September 10.
The Secretariat dismissed Dong Nai police chief Colonel Huynh Tien Manh from all his positions in the Party, namely member of the standing board of the provincial Party Committee and Secretary of the provincial police department’s Party Committee.
The Secretariat said Colonel Manh must bear the main responsibility and the responsibility of the top official for the serious violations and mistakes of the standing board of the Dong Nai police department’s Party Committee during the 2015-2020 tenure. Manh also breached the principle of centralized democracy, Party’s regulations and the Ministry of Public Security’s regulations on criminal investigations, let many police officers in the province break disciplines and laws, and committed violations in personnel work.
During the time Manh held the positions as a member of the standing board of the Party Committee and deputy chief of the provincial police department, he also had to bear responsibility for violations of the standing board of the Party Committee of the provincial police department during the 2010-2015 term, and for letting the traffic police department under his direct management commit many violations, some very serious, during many years.
The Secretariat also requested that competent agencies consider administrative disciplinary measures against Manh.
In the other case concerning Ho Van Nam, member of the standing board of the provincial Party Committee, head of the internal affairs division of the provincial Party Committee and head of the provincial delegation of National Assembly deputies, the Secretariat also decided to remove him from the posts of member of the standing board of the provincial Party Committee in the 2015-2020 tenure and head of the internal affairs division of the provincial Party Committee.
The Secretariat also requested the National Assembly Standing Committee consider stripping him of his title as a NA deputy in the 14th tenure.
Nam was disciplined for violating the principle of centralized democracy and working regulations, and for interfering against the rule into the settlement of a number of cases and incidents, violating Directive 15-CT/TW dated July 7, 2007 of the Politburo.
During the time holding the position of Secretary of the Party Committee and head of the People’s Procuracy of Dong Nai province, Nam had to bear the main responsibility and responsibility of the top official for the violations and mistakes of the Procuracy in directing and handling many cases.
As head of the province’s delegation of NA deputies, Nam also signed some documents in breaching of the law, showing signs of interfering into the work of competent agencies in dealing with criminal cases.-VNA
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