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Technical safety tests target container trucks

Society

Technical safety tests target container trucks

The Vietnam Register (VR) has asked its branches nationwide to increase technical safety examinations of vehicles, particularly container trucks, coaches and tractor trailers, as part of measures to improve traffic safety.

Trial of former senior security officials scheduled for Jan. 28

Society

Trial of former senior security officials scheduled for Jan. 28

The People’s Court of Hanoi has decided to open the first-instance trial on January 28 for two former Deputy Ministers of Public Security who were prosecuted with the charge of “showing irresponsibility, causing serious consequences” in line with Article 285 of the 1999 Criminal Code.

Indictment against senior security officers completed

Society

Indictment against senior security officers completed

The Supreme People’s Procuracy has accomplished an indictment involving Phan Van Anh Vu, known as Vu Nhom and high-ranking officers of the Ministry of Public Security for their violations in the purchase and sale of State-owned houses and land in Da Nang and Ho Chi Minh City.

Voters in Hai Phong hail reforms in NA’s activities

Politics

Voters in Hai Phong hail reforms in NA’s activities

Voters in Le Chan district of the northern port city of Hai Phong applauded the recent reforms in the National Assembly (NA)’s activities while meeting with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and other deputies representing the constituency on November 23.

Security minister answers issues on criminal offense

Politics

Security minister answers issues on criminal offense

Minister of Public Security To Lam has answered questions on major issues of public concern such as black credit activities, hi-tech crime, online gambling, organised crime and violations committed by officers working in the security sector.

Party leader lauds information-education sector

Politics

Party leader lauds information-education sector

General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee (CPVCC) Nguyen Phu Trong lauded achievements made by the CPVCC’s Commission for Information and Education during a working session with its key officials in Hanoi on August 1.