Vietnamese Government Inspector General Huynh Phong Tranh (Photo: VNA)
Vietnamese Government Inspector General Huynh Phong Tranh paid a working visit to France from September 4-8 to exchange experience in lawmaking, institution building and corruption prevention.

While meeting with Director of the French Financial Inspection Agency Christiane Lepetit in Paris on September 4, Tranh was informed of the agency’s organisational structure and normative legal system in the field of administrative management.

To ensure the operational efficiency of State-run agencies, it is necessary to put forth measures and legal documents to adjust the attitude and behaviour of individuals in the decentralised State management system as well as concentrate on individual professional ethics in public services, according to Lepetit.

At a meeting between Tranh and French Minister of Justice Christiane Taubira on September 7, the two sides shared expertise in legal measures to prevent and combat anti-corruption.

Tranh informed the host of the socio-economic situation in Vietnam along with the Vietnamese Party and State’s policies and guidelines on inspections, settlements of administrative complaints and corruption prevention.

He told reporters from the Vietnam News Agency that the meetings were informative and the experience learned from France will be thoroughly studied and submitted to the Party and State for application in Vietnam and to improve the Law on anti-corruption.-VNA