Optimizing Bid Packages: A Comprehensive Review of Phuc Son and Thuan An Group’s Tenders Across 20 Regions

The Central Inspection Committee has instructed 20 local units to review the implementation of projects and contracts undertaken by the Phuc Son Group, Thuan An Corporation, and their affiliated companies.

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Politburo Member, Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of Vietnam, and Chairman of the Central Inspection Commission Tran Cam Tu (center) chaired the conference.

On the morning of July 10, the Central Inspection Commission (CIC) of the Communist Party of Vietnam held a conference to review its inspection and supervision work for the first half of 2024 and deploy tasks for the second half. The conference was chaired by Politburo Member, Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of Vietnam, and Chairman of the CIC Tran Cam Tu.

Reporting on the work done in the first half of the year, Standing Vice Chairman of the CIC Tran Van Ron stated that following the direction of the Central Steering Committee for Corruption and Negative Phenomenon Prevention and Control, the CIC had instructed 20 local and unit inspection commissions to review the implementation of projects and contracts carried out by Phuc Son JSC, Thuan An JSC, and their affiliated companies.

The CIC directly inspected six party organizations with signs of violations and requested the Standing Committees and Inspection Commissions of ten provincial and municipal party committees to inspect the Party Civil Affairs Committee of the provincial People’s Committee.

Disciplinary actions taken against 143 party organizations and 3,147 party members

Inspection commissions at all levels inspected 804 party organizations and 2,850 party members with signs of violations. The CIC inspected seven party organizations and, through these inspections, disciplined 79 party organizations and 95 party members within its authority. It also proposed disciplinary actions to the Party Central Committee, the Politburo, and the Party Secretariat against ten party organizations and 17 party members.

In the first half of 2024, the CIC inspected and supervised the asset and income declarations of 39 cases. Through these inspections, it promptly reminded, criticized, and rectified violations, shortcomings, limitations, and existence in the asset and income declarations of some officials under the management of the Politburo and the Party Secretariat. The CIC also proposed disciplinary actions to the Politburo and the Party Secretariat against four cases.

Party committees and cells have disciplined 165 party organizations (including 57 warnings and 108 reprimands) and 7,858 party members. The Party Central Committee disciplined seven officials (expelling six from the Party and dismissing one from their position), removed five officials from their positions due to shortcomings and violations, and the Politburo disciplined five party organizations and six party members. The Party Secretariat disciplined five party organizations and 27 party members.

Inspection commissions at all levels have disciplined 143 party organizations and 3,147 party members. The CIC has disciplined 81 party organizations and 103 party members.

Inspection of violations related to Phuc Son and Thuan An Group’s projects

Mr. Tran Van Ron said that in the last six months of 2024, the CIC will inspect and direct provincial and municipal party committees and inspection commissions to inspect party committees, organizations, and members with signs of violations in leading, directing, and implementing projects and contracts carried out by Phuc Son JSC and Thuan An JSC, following the Conclusion of the Central Steering Committee for Corruption and Negative Phenomenon Prevention and Control. The CIC will also inspect violations related to civil judgment enforcement in some localities.

“Continue to direct party committees, organizations, and inspection commissions to complete the inspection, audit, and disciplinary handling of organizations and members with violations related to AIC Company,” Mr. Tran Van Ron emphasized.

Party committees, organizations, and inspection commissions at all levels continue to implement tasks as stipulated in the Party Charter, asset and income declarations, and tasks assigned by the Party committees. The focus is on inspecting signs of violations, promptly detecting and strictly handling party organizations and members with signs of degradation in political ideology, morality, and lifestyle, “self-evolution,” and “self-transformation.” Violations of party regulations and the law of the state, corruption, negative phenomena, and group interests, as well as urgent issues in society, will also be addressed.

Vetting personnel for the 14th National Party Congress

In the last six months of 2024, party committees, organizations, and inspection commissions at all levels will be resolute in leading, directing, and organizing the implementation of inspection, supervision, and party discipline. They will also effectively carry out assigned tasks and solutions, contributing positively to party building and rectification and the political system.

Advising and completing inspection and supervision programs for 2024, as well as tasks assigned by sub-committees and working groups serving the 14th National Party Congress, especially in personnel vetting, will be a key focus.

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