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 Vietnam set to end corruption by all means, President says

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PostSubject: Vietnam set to end corruption by all means, President says    Thu Jun 28, 2012 1:24 pm

Vietnam set to end corruption by all means, President says

Vietnam’s President Truong Tan Sang said the country is in the way to change the system to end corruption by any means including “painful” ones.

Officials at a recent conference have decided to restructure Vietnam’s anti-corruption board, giving the leadership to the Party instead of the Prime Minister and his cabinet.

“The previous board has made several gains in preventing waste and corruption, but not to the expectations by the residents,” Sang told Tuoi Tre in an interview published Monday.

He said considering Vietnam’s political regime, having the Party members in the anti-corruption board and the Party secretary as the board’s leader is the “strongest” move for the fight.

“I believe there will be positive developments.”

“We have no other choice than succeed this time, even if we have to resort to painful ways.”
Sang said a typical sign of corruption in Vietnam is “abnormal” assets and income of government officials.

But to inspect and clarify their origins is a “huge” task, and the job would only be easier if Vietnam’s payment system is shifted from cash to credit cards, he said.

“When cash is popular, there’re still risks of illegal income, of money laundry through real estate, stock and banking channels.”

The president said to end corruption effectively, the authorities need to listen to and act on any tip-offs from the residents about daily signs of corruption, to either punish someone or clean their names.

Last month, the Party secretary of Hai Duong Province in northern Vietnam Bui Thanh Quyen and his son, a province labor department official, made headlines for owning a more than 4,000 hectare garden whose land alone is valued around VND1 billion (US$48,000), besides precious trees and other luxury constructions.

Vietnam Minister of Information and Communication Nguyen Bac Son has said it’s “unusual” for the father and son to afford such an asset with their government office income.
Sang said the state inspectors are working on the case and he is not in the position to make comments.

“I heard a lot about several government officials having unusual income, which allowed them to buy different villas as far as in Singapore. But I have not had chances to clarify that.”

Sang said some residents in Ho Chi Minh City had told him directly that they have learned to accept the fact that officials receive bribes.

“But they also said that officials should stop at some point, that there will be nothing left for the people if the officials just ‘eat’ everything.”

He said it’s “embarrassing” to hear such comments.

http://www.thanhniennews.com/index/pages/20120627-vietnam-set-to-end-corruption-by-all-means-president-says.aspx

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PostSubject: Re: Vietnam set to end corruption by all means, President says    Thu Jun 28, 2012 1:24 pm

Sounds just like the Politicians in Iraq

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