Hanoi Law FUpdated results of Vinashin inspection to be made public
Government Chief Inspector Tran Van Truyen told Thoi bao Kinh te Viet Nam (Vietnam Economic Times) that further inspections into the wrongdoings of the Viet Nam Shipbuilding Industry Group (Vinashin) were necessary.
Could the inspection results from the recent comprehensive check on Vinashin create another shock among the public?
We all know that Vinashin's wrongdoings have been concluded and announced. However it was only recently that Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Sinh Hung presented the issue specifically before the National Assembly.
During the five-month comprehensive inspection, which was just completed by the Government Inspectorate, the Government Inspectorate clarified some of Vinashin's wrongdoings, such as in capital mobilisation and use of funds. Findings are a bit different from the previous announcement. But over all, the serious wrongdoings committed by Vinashin don't vary significantly from previous conclusions.
The Prime Minister asked the Government Inspectorate to investigate signs of corruption at Vinashin. What were the findings in the recent comprehensive check?
The Government Inspectorate has clarified Vinashin's wrongdoings, including law breaking and failure to follow Government instructions. There were some signs of collusion between Vinashin and its affiliated companies in conducting illicit business practices.
Could the Government Inspectorate share its perspective after discovering corruption and signs of negative activities?
The Inspectorate proposed to do further inspections and punish erroneous acts within the sphere of its responsibility and power in accordance with the law.
Did the Government Inspectorate face any pressure during the comprehensive inspection?
The Prime Minister assigned inspection and investigation agencies to collaborate with each other throughout the inspection process. In instances where investigation agencies uncovered something they were required to inform inspection agencies and vice versa. The Government also asked the agencies to continue with investigations even after completion of the recent investigation. All share a common spirit for inspecting and strictly punishing Vinashin for the violations it committed.
Do you think that one day delay in announcing the comprehensive inspection results will also mean one more day of worry among the public about Vinashin's case?
The Government Inspectorate has finished its comprehensive inspection of Vinashin and submitted its official conclusions and recommendations to the Prime Minister for consideration. However, the Prime Minister has yet to release an official document to make the conclusions public because his recent efforts were focused on the elections. The conclusions will be made public as soon as the Prime Minister gives the go ahead.
Do you think there is another reason, or simply because efforts were focused on the recent elections?
I think the Government will announce the information after the election. It will also have to report the information to the National Assembly in the coming session.
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