Laos makes strides in monitoring state affairs

Officials who carry out inspections need to be more competent so they can be relied upon to capably implement their political duties and ensure a successful outcome. This fact was highlighted by the Party and government in a document listing the lessons learnt from past inspection work. The document was circulated at a recent event to mark the 35th anniversary of the founding of the Party and the Government Inspection Authority. In the document, the Party and government acknowledged the weaknesses and shortcomings of inspections, which they said led to undesirable conduct and the loss of state resources. Unfortunately, the numerous offenders involved had not been disciplined. 

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