VietNamNet Bridge – The authorities of Hai Phong city on February 23 released decisions of dismissal of the chair and vice chair of Tien Lang district for their involvement in the land revocation case.
Tien Lang case to not be neglected, says General Tien Lang District's Chairman Le Van Hien has been dismissed.
A representative of the Hai Phong People’s committee made public penalty decisions at the office of Tien Lang District Party Committee.
Accordingly, Tien Lang District Party Standing Committee and Party Secretary Bui The Nghia are given a warning.
Chairman Le Van Hien and Vice Party Secretary, and Vice Chairman Nguyen Van Khanh are dismissed. They are also rejected from the Tien Lang Party Committee.
Members of Tien Lang Party Committee, including commander of the district military command Hoang Dang Chinh and chief police officer Le Van Mai are also given a warning.
Vice Chair Luong Huu Huyen will temporarily replace Le Van Hien until a new chair is appointed.
At the meeting, Le Van Hien conveyed apology to the Party, the State and Tien Lang’s people and took
On February 10, Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung made conclusion about the Tien Lang land revocation case. He said that Tien Lang’s decision to revoke 19.3 hectares of shrimp lagoon of Doan Van Vuon’s family in Vinh Quang commune is against the law. The PM asked relevant agencies to investigate who involved in the destruction of Vuon’s house. PV