Public officials are held accountable for making friends when they go to work, and the discussion caused should be paid attention to! Whats your opinion?

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 Public officials are held accountable for making friends when they go to work, and the discussion caused should be paid attention to! Whats your opinion?


Source: Guangming Daily (gmrb1949)

Recently, a public official in Mabian, Sichuan Province, released news about the circle of friends that had nothing to do with their work during working hours. During the same working hours, a total of seven other public officials praised or commented on it. Mabian County Commission for Discipline Inspection reported that eight public officials, including the publisher Ji shoujiansang, engaged in non work related matters during working hours, violating work discipline, and ordered the authorities where the eight people worked to make a written inspection. A written admonition was given to yoshishou kensang, the publisher of the circle of friends, and 7 officials who replied to the circle of friends had a conversation admonishment.

Screenshot of Mabian County Commission for Discipline Inspection

As soon as the news came out, it immediately triggered a discussion among netizens about can I send a circle of friends during working hours. One voice thinks that it is really dereliction of duty for public officials to brush their circle of friends during working hours, while the other thinks that it is justifiable for public officials to brush their circle of friends when they are at work, and the notice has been handled too much.

In fact, this matter should be seen in an all-round way. It should not be killed by one blow, but should be determined by the specific work content and the content of the circle of friends.

The incident triggered a heated discussion, the picture shows the microblog netizens comments

Before that, a poverty alleviation cadre in Quanjiao County, Anhui Province, was punished for not answering the phone call from the provincial inspection team during the off-duty time, which also caused controversy. According to media reports, the cadre was in the bath, his child answered the phone, but when he finished washing the phone, he could not get through. As soon as the news came out, many netizens complained about it. Later, the local government reexamined the case and found that the original punishment decision was inappropriate, so the party discipline punishment was revoked.

However, if it is not in the time and scene of great urgency and if these people have not delayed their normal work, we should not put more psychological pressure on the grassroots cadres who have already had a heavy task in poverty alleviation and anti epidemic. Its no wonder that netizens have been hotly debated just because of publishing, praising and commenting on the circle of friends.

How much time and energy are wasted and how bad is the impact? Has it reached the point of not sticking to the post and not fulfilling the duty? Im afraid we need to restore the scene more.

In 2018, the general office of the CPC Central Committee issued the notice on overall planning and standardizing the supervision, inspection and assessment work, which states: problems found in the assessment should be fed back in an appropriate way, and supervision and rectification should be strengthened. Accountability should not simply replace rectification and lifelong accountability.

In 2018, the general office of the CPC Central Committee issued the notice on overall planning and standardizing supervision, inspection and assessment

It can be seen that the supervision of discipline enforcement should be strict rather than open one eye and close one eye. At the same time, we should pay attention to the appropriate methods and methods, and the transparency of relevant information. At present, the discussion and questions of netizens have in fact shown that the public opinion is puzzled. This kind of confusion needs more response to avoid the injury of grassroots cadres.

This article is selected from Guangming Daily (ID: gmrb1949), written by Xiao Kang.

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