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Vietnam intensifies anti-corruption measures
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15:18, July 22, 2007

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Vietnam, to combat and prevent corruption more effectively, is taking specific measures, such as encouraging public participation in the fight, rotating cadres in sensitive sectors and strictly dealing with corruption cases.

The country''s Government Inspectorate, on June 28, opened an online portal on anti-corruption, a two-way communication channel, which both receives local people''s complaints and denouncements and introduce relevant state policies.

The biggest aim of launching the portal is to help the inspectorate access people''s opinions and suggestions on corruption-related issues, which then will be settled in many ways, such as being replied by the agency, and forwarded to other relevant agencies, including the Ministry of Public Security, People''s Procuracy and the Central Anti-Corruption Steering Committee, said vice head of the inspectorate Mai Quoc Binh.

The portal also introduces an anti-corruption database, and helps exchange information between people and the inspectorate as well as other relevant agencies under such forms as seminars, online dialogues, and surveys, he said.

"Launching the anti-corruption portal is one of efforts of the Government Inspectorate, relevant agencies and donors in making Vietnam''s fight against corruption more vigorous and effective, contributing to improving the investment environment," said head of the inspectorate Tran Van Truyen.

To prevent wrongdoing, including corruption among civil servants, Vietnam may rotate state cadres in 22 fields, which directly involve in people, enterprises and state management, to different departments or agencies on the basis of 2-3 years.

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