The Central Commission for Discipline Inspection announced on the 22nd that Yunnan Qiubei County Minority Middle School has introduced a third-party company to be responsible for the installation and maintenance of the campus access control system since 2015. The fee is 15 yuan per month and 10 months per year. During the five years, the school collected a total of 1.65 million yuan for student access card service fees, all of which have been paid to the equipment maintenance company. Rectification after being reported: The access control equipment is handed over to the school for management and protection, and no fees will be charged. (Burn News)
Why does it always feel like anti-aircraft guns hit mosquitoes? The issue reported by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection was an act of “violation”, so it was reported. The bottom left corner shows that it is still a “typical case”. The specific violations are as follows: Then there is the rectification after the report: Finally, “the access control equipment is handed over to the school for management and protection, and no fees are charged.” It feels perfect, but something is always wrong? After thinking for a long time, I have the following questions: First, it is clear that it is a violation. Then, what about the violation investigation, the responsible person and its handling? Second, the fees charged in violation of the regulations will be over with just “no more fees”? Third, in five full years, no problems were found? The relevant discipline inspection commission and the higher-level organization discovered it? Is there any responsibility? It is clearly a “typical” case, how can it be handled so easily? Is the cost of errors and violations so low? This is also “typical”? I always feel that I deliberately condone violations and not strictly enforce “rules”! I really don’t know it, and I’m even more angry at first sight! This also goes against the original intention of this news release!