Member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of Hoa Binh province’s Party Committee Bui Van Tinh speaks at a working session with the provincial Party Committee’s Inspection Commission.
In 2017, the Inspection Commission and its staff seriously implemented the Party’s resolutions, decrees and regulations and the State’s laws and policies, and supplemented, revised and promulgated documents related to inspection and supervision.
The commission helped the provincial Party Committee’s Standing Board carry out inspection and supervision tasks in accordance with the work programme in 2017, while coordinating with the provincial Party Committee’s Organisation Commission in giving advice to the provincial Party Committee on by-electing and personnel evaluation, while performing work on Party building and development of political and social organisations.
In the year, the Inspection Commission inspected one Party member who showed violation signals; checked the implementation of inspecting, supervising and taking disciplinary action against 12 organisations; conducted specialised supervisions over four organisations and 36 Party members; tackled one denunciation case involving in a member of the provincial Party Committee; and carried out financial inspections on six units of the provincial Party Committee.
In addition, the commission received 148 complaint and denunciation petitions, in which it handled three petitions related to one Party member, gave advice to the provincial Party Committee to solve one petition of a Party member, handed over 37 petitions to authorised agencies for settlement, kept 60 documents, and guided the reply to 47 remaining ones.
Secretary of Hoa Binh province’s Party Committee Bui Van Tinh posts for a photo with the Inspection Commission staff.
Speaking at the working session, Tinh pointed out to several key tasks for the Inspection Commission. He stressed the need to thoroughly grasp and implement the Politburo’s regulation No.102 on disciplining violated Party members, and the Party and State’s documents related to the sector’s work, and coordinate with the Organisation Commission in regulating decentralisation in personnel work and new issues on inspections and supervisions.
He asked the commission to focus on supervising the implementation of work regulations in offices, strengthen coordination between inspection and examination, ensure all violations are punished, while closely overseeing Party members, especially those at the commune level.
The commission was also requested to work with the provincial Party Committee’s Organisation and Home Affairs Commissions in personnel organisation, detect any violations for timely solution in accordance with the Party’s regulations and the State’s law.
The commission should propose measures to call back money and assets of violated Party organisations and individuals, and intensify information technology application in the provincial Party Committee’s inspection and supervision works, he added./.
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