PM urges building of civilized, modern and people-oriented administration
10:17 | 19/03/2021

VGP – Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has urged the continuous handling of shortcomings and inadequacies related to administrative procedures in order to build a civilized, modern and people-oriented administration.

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc (C) chairs the video conference to review state administrative reform program in 2011-2020 period, Ha Noi, March 19, 2021. Photo: VGP

The PM made the statement at a video conference on March 18 to review the state administrative reform program over the past decade (2011-2020) and design a master program for the 2021-2030 period. The event also saw the attendance of Permanent Deputy PM Truong Hoa Binh, who heads the Government’s Steering Committee for Administrative Reform.

Looking back the 10-year implementation of the program, PM Phuc highly appreciated the efforts and activeness of ministries, sectors and localities. 

Every modern policy and technology must be oriented towards the people and businesses and ensuring national security and defence, he said, emphasizing that administrative reform must work to build a strong nation, and every person and organization should have the desire to develop and construct a mighty Viet Nam by 2045 as stated in the Resolution of the 13th National Party Congress.

The leader requested the building of a comprehensive, synchronous, focused, practical and effective master program on state administrative reform for 2021-2030 that places the people at the centre of service and take the people’s satisfaction as a measure for the operational quality of the state administrative apparatus.

At the conference, PM Phuc presented the Labour Order, third class to two collectives with outstanding performance in administrative reform over the past 10 years. In addition, 17 collective and 22 individuals received the PM’s certificates of merit.

By Vien Nhu

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