A provincial education leader in southern Vietnam has been dismissed from her post because she disappears without notice from the province and owes a big debt.
Nguyen Thi Kim Lien, deputy director of Ca Mau Department of Education and Training, was also removed from all the posts in the province Party unit.
A notice from the Central Investigation Committee of the Vietnam Party stated Lien's violations.
Those include leaving the province without notice during a political argument class, as well as borrowing money at high rates to play hui, a revolving fund where pooled money is loaned to one of the contributors after drawing lots, or to the person offering the highest dividend.
The woman has been absent from the class and her office, while locals said she's hiding from debt of around VND1.8 billion (US$85,650) borrowed from 20 people.
Lenders are looking for Lien.