Controlling power has overcome the situation of ‘crabs and fin fish’
Over the past time, the Party’s anti-corruption and negative activities have achieved many positive results. To achieve those successes, it is impossible not to mention the smooth, timely and synchronous coordination of functional agencies such as the Inspection Committee, the Internal Affairs Department, the Army, the Public Security, and the Procuracy. , Court,…
Reality proves that with the “even hand” coordination and strict enforcement of the power control mechanism between the agencies, it has timely detected and handled many cases related to corruption and negativity.
Previously, in state management, some places and sections still had the idea of ”reliability, trust in the industry” with its own characteristics and regulations on “local” authority, leading to the implementation of the common tasks are not synchronized.
This is likened to the phenomenon of “crabs rely on claws, fish lose their fins” that General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong has repeatedly stated at conferences. It can be seen that it is a manifestation of state power being dispersed, scattered and at risk of “sanding out” if it is not well controlled on a macro scale.
The Constitution clearly states: “State power is unified, with assignment, coordination and control among state agencies in the exercise of legislative, executive and judicial powers”. The control of power is an important issue. In particular, in the fight against corruption and negativity in order to fight with some very sophisticated and powerful law-breaking interest groups, individuals and organizations, close coordination is required. closely between functional agencies assigned by the Party.
The agencies in charge of inspection, examination, investigation, prosecution and trial…are a counterbalancing force, possessing the tools of tyranny…have helped the Party handle many corrupt individuals and organizations. corrupt, negative.
In a meeting to announce the results of the Standing Committee of the Central Steering Committee’s meeting on anti-corruption and anti-corruption on April 27, Vice Chairman of the Central Committee for Internal Affairs Nguyen Thai Hoc said that the coordination mechanism in the development Currently, handling corruption and negativity through inspection, inspection, audit, investigation, prosecution and trial under the direction of the General Secretary has overcome the situation of “crabs and fins”. .
He also affirmed: “Controlling power is a new feature in the inspection and supervision of anti-corruption and negative work.”
It is a successful result in the assignment, coordination and control of state power to jointly realize a common goal of the Party on anti-corruption work.
It can be asserted that this new feature manifests clearly and “so closely that in any agency, even if there is an agency that does not want to do it, it cannot do it”. That shows that the direction of the Central Steering Committee on anti-corruption and negative attitude towards functional agencies is very specific and drastic.
This proves that in order to successfully realize its political goals, the Party, through the state apparatus, leads and governs in a direct, absolute and comprehensive manner.
The functional agencies in the state apparatus of the executive branch such as Inspector, Auditor, Army, Public Security… coordinate with agencies of the Judicial branch such as the Court, Procuracy… to carry out goods a series of activities such as investigating, verifying, prosecuting and adjudicating related cases of corruption and negativity.
Thus, the political power of the Party is being highly concentrated under the direction and leadership of General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong in order to successfully implement the set political goals.
In the field of anti-corruption, the negative control of power between functional agencies shows that the Party’s leadership and ruling method over the State is effectively and efficiently implemented, political power is not domination and control of all state power.
Dr. Cu Van Trung
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