Government inspector travels abroad 27 times without asking for permission
The headquarters of the Government Inspectorate. An inspector of the Government Inspectorate was found to have traveled abroad 27 times without permission - PHOTO: VNA
HCMC – Le Hong Sam, an inspector of the Government Inspectorate, has been found to have traveled abroad 27 times from January 2013 to December 2018 without reporting it to her superiors and asking for their permission.
The inspection commission of the Government Inspectorate’s Party Committee on May 31 issued its conclusions on Sam’s violations, Tuoi Tre Online newspaper reported.
Sam was found to have gone abroad for 69 days, including 45 working days and 24 days off. Her longest trip lasted for nine days.
On April 12, 2016, the Government Inspectorate began an inspection into the Airports Corporation of Vietnam and Sam was one of the nine members of the inspection team. However, she went abroad during the 70-day inspection period, again without asking for permission.
Her violations affected the prestige of the Government Inspectorate. However, she acknowledged her violations and as she had done well in her position, she was reprimanded.
She committed the violations while she was an inspector of the Government Inspectorate’s Department I, led by Le Sy Bay. Therefore, the Government Inspectorate also asked the department to clarify its responsibility in the case.
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