Truong Quang Nghia picked as new Danang Party chief

Truong Quang Nghia picked as new Danang Party chief

The Saigon Times Daily

New Party chief of Danang City Truong Quang Nghia (R) receives an appointment decision and a bouquet from Pham Minh Chinh, secretary of the Party Central Committee and head of the Central Organization Commission – PHOTO: VGP

HCMC – The Politburo named Minister of Transport Truong Quang Nghia as new secretary of the Danang City Party Committee last week replacing Nguyen Xuan Anh who was dismissed from the Party Central Committee over his serious violations, according to the Government news website.

Nghia, who was born in Quang Nam Province in 1958, served as deputy secretary of the Danang City Party Committee from April 2008 to September 2010 and has held the post of minister of transport since April 2016.

The Party Central Committee decided last Friday to remove Nguyen Xuan Anh from the post of secretary of the Danang Party Committee in the 2015-2020 tenure and from the Party Central Committee due to his serious infringements, local media reports said.

His wrongdoing had caused serious consequences which affected the reputation of the Party and sparked grave concerns among Party members and the public.

As Party chief of Danang, a centrally-governed city, Anh failed to set a good example in his capacity as senior Party member as he received a car and two houses from businesses and displayed dishonesty regarding his academic degrees.

He was also found to have violated regulations on personnel appointments and transfers.

Former Danang City Party secretary Nguyen Xuan Anh – PHOTO: DANANG NEWSPAPER

Anh as leader of the Standing Board of the city’s Party Committee was held accountable for its violations.

At the request of the Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission which earlier conducted a probe into irregularities at the Danang Party Committee, the Politburo concluded on September 2 that the Danang Party Committee violated rules on responsibilities of the provincial and municipal party committees, and broke regulations of the Central Party Committee and the centralized democratic principle on personnel appointments and transfers.

The committee did not seriously implement what the Politburo and the Central Inspection Commission had earlier recommended regarding infringements of land use and management rules.

It also illegally decided to allow enterprises to use public land to implement projects and violated the 2013 Bidding Law when offering no-bid contracts to enterprises in four of six projects for developing offices of State-owned agencies.

The committee was also charged with mismanagement and insufficient inspections of land use and urban order.


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