Discipline for civil servants and officials is a specific type of legal responsibility, prescribed by law and arising on the basis of law. The law on discipline for civil servants and officials represents the inevitable trend of a democratic, fair, and civilized state - the rule of law. The state manages society by law, which means that the state has used the law to influence and regulate social relations in order to stabilize and maintain social order. It is necessary to realize that disciplining civil and officials is a form of handling official errors, thereby improving public service activities. Therefore, certain principles must be adhered to in punishing people working for state administrative organizations. On the basis of studying theoretical issues related to disciplining; legal documents of the State of Vietnam, the purpose of this study is to find out the similarities and differences between civil servant discipline and official discipline in accordance with Vietnam law; pointed out a number of legal inadequacies, thereby proposing some solutions to improve the law on disciplining civil servants and official in the future.
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