Organizational structure of the Government Inspectorate in Vietnam

What are the regulations on the organizational structure of the Government Inspectorate in Vietnam? - Thuy Trinh (Ben Tre, Vietnam)

Organizational structure of the Government Inspectorate in Vietnam (Internet image)

1. What is Government Inspectorate?

According to Clause 1, Article 14 of the Law on Inspection 2010, the Government Inspectorate is an agency of the Government, answerable to the Government for performing the state management of the work of inspection, settlement of complaints and denunciations and prevention and combat of corruption nationwide;

Performs activities of inspection, settlement of complaints and denunciations and prevention and combat of corruption under law.

2. Organizational structure of the Government Inspectorate in Vietnam

Organizational structure of the Government Inspectorate according to Article 3 of Decree 50/2018/ND-CP includes:

(1) Legal Department

(2) Department of Organization and Personnel

(3) Department of International Cooperation

(4) Department of Planning - General

(5) Office

(6) Department of Supervision, Appraisal and Handling After Inspection

(7) Department of Inspection, Settlement of Complaints and Denunciations of the Sectoral Economic Sector (Department I)

(8) Department of Inspection, Complaints and Denunciation of Internal Affairs and General Economy (Case II)

(9) Department of Inspection, Settlement of Complaints and Denunciations of the Cultural and Social Sector (Case III)

(10) Department of Inspection and Settlement of Complaints and Denunciations Area 1 (Department I)

(11) Department of Inspection, Settlement of Complaints and Denunciations Area 2 (Department II)

(12) Department of Inspection, Settlement of Complaints and Denunciations Area 3 (Department III)

(13) Department of Anti-Corruption (Department IV)

(14) Central Citizen Reception Board

(15) Institute of Strategy and Science Inspector

(16) Inspector Newspaper

(17) Inspector Magazine

(18) School of Inspectors

(19) Information Center.

Accordingly, the units specified from (1) to (14) are the units that assist the Government Inspector General in performing the state management function; units specified from (15) to (19) non-business units.

The Legal Department and the Department of International Cooperation have 02 departments; Department of Planning - General and Department of Supervision, Evaluation and Handling after inspection have 03 departments; Department of Organization and Personnel has 04 rooms; The office has 05 rooms; Department I, Department II, Department III have 04 rooms; Department IV, Central Citizen Reception Board has 05 rooms.

The Central Committee for Citizen Reception has its own seal and has a permanent department at the Citizen Reception Headquarters of the Central Committee of the Party and State in Ho Chi Minh City.

The Government Inspector General stipulates the functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the departments, agencies and units directly under the Government Inspectorate.

3. Tasks and powers of the Government Inspectorate in Vietnam

Tasks and powers of the Government Inspectorate under Article 15 of the Law on Inspection 2010 are as follows:

- In the state management of inspection, the Government Inspectorate has the following tasks and powers:

+ To formulate and submit strategies, program orientations and legal documents on inspection to competent authorities for promulgation or approval, or promulgate them according to its competence; to guide. propagate, examine and inspect the implementation of the law on inspection;

+ To work out its inspection plans; to guide ministerial and provincial inspectorates in working out, and organizing the implementation of, their inspection plans;

+ To direct inspection work and provide professional guidance on inspection; to provide professional inspection training for the contingent of officials and civil servants engaged in inspection work;

+ To assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with the Ministry of Home Affairs in. guiding the organizational apparatus and state payrolls of inspectorates of all levels and sectors, conditions and criteria for appointment of chief inspectors, deputy chief inspectors and inspectors of all levels and sectors;

+ To request ministries and ministerial-level agencies (below collectively referred to as ministries) and provincial-level People's Committees to report on inspection work; to summarize and report on results of inspection work; to summarize experience in inspection work:

+ To monitor, urge and examine the implementation of the Prime Minister's and its own inspection conclusions, recommendations and handling decisions;

+ To enter into international cooperation on inspection work.

- In inspection activities, the Government Inspectorate has the following tasks and powers:

+ To inspect the implementation of policies and laws, the performance of tasks and exercise of powers by ministries, government-attached agencies and provincial-level People's Committees; to inspect state enterprises established under decisions of the Prime Minister;

+ To inspect complicated cases related to management responsibilities of many ministries and provincial-level People's Committees;

+ To inspect other cases assigned by the Prime Minister;

+ To examine, when necessary, the accuracy and lawfulness of inspection conclusions and post-inspection handling decisions of ministers and heads of ministerial-level agencies (below collectively referred to as ministers) and chairpersons of provincial-level People's Committees.

- It shall perform the state management of the settlement of complaints and denunciations under the law on complaints and denunciations.

- It shall perform the state management of the prevention and combat of corruption, and perform the corruption prevention and combat task under the anti-corruption law.

4. Tasks and powers of the Inspector General in Vietnam

Tasks and powers of the Inspector General according to Article 16 of the Law on Inspection 2010 are as follows:

- The Inspector General has the following tasks:

+ To lead, direct and examine inspection work within the state management scope of the Government; to lead the Government Inspectorate in performing its tasks and powers under the Law on Inspection 2010 and other relevant laws;

+ To submit to the Prime Minister for approval inspection program orientations and organize their implementation;

+ To assume the prime responsibility for addressing overlaps in the scope, subjects, contents and duration of inspection among ministerial inspectorates or between ministerial and provincial inspectorates;

+ To consider and settle inspection work-related matters on which opinions of ministerial chief inspectors are different from those ministers or opinions of provincial chief inspectors are different from those of chairpersons of provincial-level People's Committees.

In case a minister disagrees with results of handling by the Inspector General, to report such to the Prime Minister for consideration and decision.

- The Inspector General has the following powers:

+ To decide on inspection when detecting signs of law violation and to be answerable to the Prime Minister of Vietnam for his/her decisions;

+ To decide on re-inspection of cases on which conclusions have been made by ministers when detecting signs of law violation in these cases as assigned by the Prime Minister:

To decide on re-inspection of cases on which conclusions have been made by chairpersons of provincial-level People's Committees when detecting signs of law violation in these cases:

+ To propose ministers or request chairpersons of provincial-level People's Committees to conduct inspection within the management scope of their ministries or provincial-level People's Committees when detecting signs of law violation.

In case ministers or chairpersons of provincial-level People's Committees refuse to do so. to issue inspection decisions, report on and be answerable to the Prime Minister for his/her decisions;

+ To recommend ministers to terminate the implementation of regulations or annul regulations promulgated by their ministries which are contrary to regulations of superior state agencies or the Inspector General on inspection work. In case ministers refuse to do so. to submit them to the Prime Minister for decision:

+ To terminate the implementation of. and request the Prime Minister to annul, regulations of provincial-level People's Committees or provincial-level People's Committee chairpersons which are contrary to regulations of superior state agencies or the Inspector General on inspection work;

+ To recommend competent state agencies to amend, supplement or promulgate regulations to meet management requirements: to recommend the termination of implementation or annulment of unlawful regulations detected through inspection;

+ To recommend the Prime Minister to examine liability and handle persons who are under the Prime Minister's management and commit law violations detected through inspection or fail to comply with inspection conclusions or handling decisions;

To request heads of agencies or organizations to examine liability and handle persons who are under the management of such agencies or organizations and commit law violations detected through violation or fail to comply with inspection conclusions or handling decisions.

Quoc Dat

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