(PLO)- General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong tomorrow will chair a conference to review the 1-year operation of the Provincial Anti-corruption Steering Committee.
Tomorrow, June 19, the Central Steering Committee for Anti-corruption and Anti-Corruption will hold a conference to review the year of operation of the Provincial Anti-Corruption Steering Committee. General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong – Head of the Central Steering Committee and the Standing Committee of the Steering Committee will chair this activity.
To ensure the depth and breadth, the conference will be held in the Central Executive Committee Hall with more than 300 participants, and 2,200 delegates at the local bridge points.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong at the first national conference of domestic agencies. Photo: VNA.
Normally, the guidelines and policies of the Central Government are preliminarily reviewed at 5 years after their promulgation. With the policy of establishing a provincial-level Anti-Corruption Steering Committee, only one year of implementation has been preliminary, showing the great interest of the Central Steering Committee, which is headed by General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong.
According to news from the Central Committee for Internal Affairs – the standing body of the Central Steering Committee on Anticorruption, the conference was held to assess the situation and results of the establishment and implementation of functions and tasks. powers of the Provincial Steering Committee according to Regulation No. 67-QD/TW issued in June 2022 of the Secretariat. The conference is also an opportunity for provincial Steering Committees to exchange, discuss and share experiences, and receive professional and professional guidance from the Central Steering Committee to remove difficulties and obstacles.
In general, through this conference, the Central Steering Committee will thoroughly grasp the tasks and solutions to improve the operational efficiency of the Provincial Steering Committee, contributing to further promoting the anti-corruption work, successfully implementing in favor of the Resolution of the 13th Party Congress.
As introduced by the PLO, the first Anticorruption Law promulgated in 2005 only required the establishment of a Central Steering Committee on Anticorruption led by the Prime Minister. Two years later, recognizing the need for a steering structure at the provincial level, this law was amended and supplemented with provisions on the Provincial Steering Committee.
However, this model only existed until the end of 2012. The Anticorruption Law was amended in the same year to remove regulations on the Steering Committee including the Central Steering Committee and the Provincial Steering Committee.
The Central Steering Committee on Anticorruption has been transformed from a statutory institution to the model of the Party’s Steering Committee under and responsible to the Politburo, headed by the General Secretary.
After 9 years of affirming its operational effectiveness, the Central Steering Committee on Anticorruption was extended its scope of activities to direct negative prevention and control. Research to re-establish the Provincial Anti-Corruption Steering Committee is also proposed. In May 2022, the 5th Plenum of the 13th Central Committee agreed on the establishment of a Provincial Steering Committee.
On that basis, the Secretariat issued Regulation No. 67-QD/TW on the functions, tasks, powers, organizational structure, working regime and working relationship of the Provincial Steering Committee. Only two months later, 63/63 provinces and cities have completed the establishment of the Anti-Corruption Steering Committee.
After 9 months of establishment, the Steering Committee for Corruption Prevention of Quang Ngai province held its 3rd session to promote anti-corruption work in the locality. Photo: PTQ
According to the Central Committee for Internal Affairs, the process of preparing a preliminary report of one year of operation of the Provincial Steering Committee shows that there have been more and more obvious changes in the work of anti-corruption in the locality, especially in the development of anti-corruption activities. dealing with corruption and negativity. Thereby, step by step overcome the situation of “above hot, under cold” before.
“It can be said that few resolutions have been thoroughly grasped and implemented as urgently as the Resolution of the 5th Plenum of the 13th Central Committee on the establishment of the Provincial Anti-Corruption Steering Committee. That affirms that the policy of establishing a provincial Steering Committee is right, necessary, and in line with practical requirements”, according to a news release from the Central Committee for Internal Affairs – the standing body of the Central Steering Committee on the implementation of the National Steering Committee for the National Assembly. PCTNTC.
This result shows the high determination of the localities, the consensus and consensus from the central to local and grassroots levels, the consensus and support of cadres, party members and the people in the spirit of the direction of the Government. Comrade General Secretary, Head of the Central Steering Committee: “Above and below are united, horizontally and vertically”.
The Central Committee for Internal Affairs considers that the establishment of the Provincial Steering Committee is an important milestone, showing that Vietnam’s organizational system, leadership and direction of anti-corruption have been completed a new step.