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How to distinguish the three types of responsible persons in the Disciplinary Action Regulations?

According to Article 38 of the Regulations of the CPC on Disciplinary Punishment, the distinction between the persons responsible for disciplinary violations is as follows: those who are directly responsible refer to those who do not perform or are incorrect within the scope of their duties


According to Article 38 of the Regulations of the CPC on Disciplinary Actions, the persons responsible for disciplinary violations are distinguished as follows:

The directly responsible party refers to a party member or party member leading cadre who, within the scope of their duties, fails to perform or incorrectly performs their duties and plays a decisive role in causing losses or consequences.

The main leader in charge refers to party members and leading cadres who, within their scope of responsibility, bear direct leadership responsibility for the losses or consequences caused by the failure or incorrect performance of their duties in direct supervision.

Important leaders refer to party members and leading cadres who, within their scope of responsibility, fail to perform or incorrectly perform their duties in the work they are in charge of or participate in decision-making, and bear secondary leadership responsibility for the losses or consequences caused.

Direct responsibility is not limited to ordinary staff and leading cadres. If the main leading cadres directly participate in research and decision-making on a specific issue, or directly make decisions on a certain matter, they become the direct responsible person, not the leader responsible person.

Losses or consequences refer to the losses or consequences caused to the interests of the Party, the country, the people, and public property, including economic losses and adverse effects.

Non fulfillment of duties refers to failure to fulfill duties in accordance with laws, regulations, and normative documents, mainly including refusal to fulfill duties, delay in fulfilling duties, and inaction. Refusing to perform duties refers to not performing duties without reason, or without reasons stipulated by laws, regulations, and normative documents, or without sufficient reasons; Delaying the performance of duties refers to the failure to perform the duties that should be performed within a specified time limit, a reasonable time limit, or a publicly promised time; Inaction refers to the absence of any verbal or behavioral expression regarding the duties that should be performed, neither refusing to perform, nor agreeing to perform, nor actually performing.

Incorrect performance of duties refers to failure to perform duties in accordance with laws, regulations, and normative documents, including dereliction of duty, abuse of power, favoritism, and fraud.

(According to the 8th edition of China Discipline Inspection and Supervision Daily on November 2, 2016)

 

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