(PLO)- The professional code of ethics of the procurator includes fairness, integrity, objectivity, prudence and modesty.
On February 7, the Procurator General of the Supreme People’s Procuracy signed Decision No. 21 promulgating the Code of Professional Ethical Standards for Procurators (Rules).
The rule consists of three Chapters and 10 Articles, stipulating the standard criteria of a procurator according to the teachings of President Ho Chi Minh; adjust the attitude, behavior, conduct, performance of responsibilities and duties of the procuracy officer when performing official duties. The Rules are applicable to cadres, procurators, investigators, inspectors, other civil servants, public employees working at the People’s Procuracy and Military Procuracy at all levels; It is recommended to apply to Procuracy officers who have retired or transferred to another job.
The Code is the basis for competent agencies, units and people to supervise and evaluate the quality, ethics, bravery, responsibility, dedication and professionalism in the performance of their official duties. the procuracy officer; when considering the appointment of judicial titles, leading and managerial positions; reward and discipline staff. At the same time, it is a basis for supervisors to cultivate and train themselves, to create order, style and behavior in handling work, contributing to building a civilized and modern civil service environment. professional.
Procurator speaks at a criminal court. Illustration: HOANG GIANG
The content of the Code includes fairness, integrity, objectivity, prudence and modesty.
Fairness is a quality that requires a procurator to always be fair, fair, lucid, transparent, strict and humane in handling work; in the process of settling cases and cases, they must always satisfy political, legal and professional requirements; must always be aware of issues properly, not because of personal motives, self-interest, self-interest that violates the law and is contrary to justice; not affected or governed by any illegal interference; not afraid of authority, can not be bought.
Integrity is a quality that requires a procurator in the process of performing his or her duties and responsibilities to be honest, straightforward, sincere, righteous, always attach great importance to work, and have a clear opinion. in solving problems; have a firm spirit, a high sense of responsibility; dare to fight the wrong, defend the right; dare to think, dare to do, dare to take responsibility for their decisions; boldly and decisively propose creative, flexible and effective forms and measures in solving work.
Objectivity is the working method of the procurator; accordingly, the procurator must be impartial, always respecting the objective truth; handle the work in accordance with the laws and regulations of the Industry; not for personal interests, group interests, not bias or impose subjective personal prejudices on any party in the settlement of the case or case; not to illegally interfere in the performance of official duties of individuals, agencies and units inside and outside the procuracies.
The prudence requires the procurator when handling the work to consider, delve into, analyze and clarify the nature of the incident to avoid errors when making decisions; fully determine the political requirements, legal basis, and practical basis to settle the case or case in accordance with the law, ensuring strictness and timeliness; at the same time, serve well the political tasks of the central and local governments; resolutely resisting the “disease” through, roughly speaking, looking at things in a superficial and irresponsible way; cautious but not hesitant, procrastinating; resolute but not subjective, hasty leads to the resolution of the case, the lack of accuracy.
Humility is the behavior and attitude of the procurator, which requires the procurator to meet the following requirements: Always have a sense of, and a proper attitude in, self-recognition, self-assessment, market demand, exemplary, simple, sociable, consciously preserving the image of the People’s Procuracy; not bureaucratic, authoritarian, bossy; not complacent, conceited, egotistical, look down on others; Always respect and serve the people.
Decision No. 21 takes effect from February 7, 2023.