Arrest of former Director of Construction Department on Bribery!!

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KHANH HOA – Like the former leaders of Khanh Hoa province who were prosecuted before, the former director of this province’s Department of Construction was arrested on charges of making a mistake when allocating land to businesses “causing budget loss.”

According to Tuoi Tre newspaper, on the afternoon of September 17, the Khanh Hoa Provincial Public Security Investigation Police Agency arrested and searched the private house of Mr. Le Van De, 59, former director of the Khanh Hoa Department of Construction, on the street. Hoang Dieu, Vinh Nguyen ward, Nha Trang city, to investigate the crime of “violating regulations on land management.”

This comes after Khanh Hoa Provincial Police prosecuted the case, clarifying Mr. De’s mistakes related to the projects of Vinh Trung River and Mountain Villas, and Cuu Long Son Tu spiritual ecological area, on the mountain. Nine Khucs.

VNExpress reported that in August 2020, the Khanh Hoa Provincial Party Committee issued a decision to discipline Mr. De due to many mistakes in his position as the director of the Department of Construction from 2011 to the time of inspection. In 2019, in approving the adjustment of the “General planning of Nha Trang city until 2025,” with the allegation of “seriously, adversely affecting the reputation of party organizations and individuals.”

By November, 2020, Khanh Hoa Department of Home Affairs issued a notice to settle the early retirement regime for Mr. De.

Regarding the case, on June 8, Khanh Hoa Provincial Police prosecuted and detained two former provincial presidents, Mr. Nguyen Chien Thang and Le Duc Vinh, and Mr. Le Mong Diep, former director of the Department of Natural Resources. Khanh Hoa Environment; Dao Cong Thien, former vice president of the province; Vo Tan Thai, former director of the Department of Natural Resources, charged with the same crime of “violating regulations on land management.”

According to state newspapers, almost all the mountains around Nha Trang city were abetted by the above-mentioned group of local leaders when they issued the “Investment Certificate” for businesses to share in building real estate projects. movables.

Specifically, the area of ​​Giang Huong mountain has six projects; Hon Ro mountain area (Phuoc Dong commune) has 13 projects; Chut mountain (Vinh Truong commune) has eight projects; Hon Thi mountain has seven projects and the area of ​​Chin Khuc mountain (Vinh Thai commune and Vinh Trung commune) has nearly a dozen projects and “project proposals.”

In particular, according to the report of the People’s Committee of Nha Trang city, the area of ​​​​Co Tien mountain has nearly 30 projects that have been “agreed on location” or granted an “investment certificate.” Most of the projects “have the goal of building houses, subdivision for sale of plots” and some investors have carried out leveling the mountains and cutting down trees for projects.

And yet, in the south of Nha Trang city, from 2018 the Provincial People’s Committee also “agreeed” to make a zoning plan with the scale of 1/2,000 in Cu Hin mountain area with an area of ​​about 4,000 hectares, including 3,000 hectares of special-use forest.

The police searched the private house of Mr. Le Van De on Hoang Dieu Street, Vinh Nguyen Ward, Nha Trang City. (Image: Anping/Zing)

Meanwhile, according to the decision of the Vietnamese government: “Do not convert the existing natural forest area to other purposes, especially special-use forest land and protection forest.”

“The permission to deploy nearly a hundred projects in the mountainous areas around Nha Trang city in the past time is not according to the adjustment of the general planning of the city until 2025 approved by the government,” said Architect Nguyen. Van Loc, chairman of Khanh Hoa Provincial Association of Architects, affirmed. (Tr.N)

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