On October 11 night, the head of the Ministry of Public Protection confirmed the Laboratory Newspaper, the police and Public Protection Ministry decided to set up the case "Transfer of controls on management land "in Sai Gon Corporation Beer-Alcohol-Beverage (Sabeco).
Accordingly, the Police Inquiry Agency of the Ministry of Public Protection has prosecuted the accused and applied for a ban on leaving home to five people, including Nguyen Huu Tin (61 years old, former vice chair of the Committee of the People HCMC); Mr. Dao Anh Kiet (61, former director of the Ho Chi Minh City Natural Resources Department); Mr Le Van Thanh (56, Deputy Head Office of HCMC People's Committee); Mr. Nguyen Thanh Chuong (44, Head of Municipal Office, HCMC People's Office) and Mr. Truong Van Ut (Deputy Director of the Land Management Department of Natural Resources Department and the Ho Chi Minh City Environment).
Left and left: Defendants Nguyen Huu Tin, Dao Anh Kiet, Truong Van Ut, Le Van Thanh, Nguyen Thanh Chuong
On the same day 10-11, the Police Research Agency has ordered searching for the accused. Decisions and orders were approved by the Supreme People Procuraterate.
After the Supreme People Procuratorate announced the decision and approved procedural decisions above, the police agency investigating the Ministry of Public Protection said legal action had taken comply with the provisions of the law.
Currently, the Police Inquiry Agency of the Ministry of Public Protection is investigating and expanding the case, explaining all crimes in the relevant agencies in relevant agencies of Ho Chi Minh City, Ministry Industry and Commerce and General Corporation. Sabeco to deal strictly by law.
* Previously, the Ministry of Public Protection also announced the decisions to prosecute the accused, the ban from leaving home and the security search for accommodation, working for Nguyen Huu Tin, Dao Anh Kiet, Le Van Thanh and Nguyen Thanh Chuong "Crimes of regulations on the management and use of state property that causes loss and waste" in another case related to Phan Van Vu (Vu Nhom) criminality.
Hanh Nguyen-Nguyen Huong