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Ministry of Home Affairs urged to make effective administration

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Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung asked the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) to make an effective administration at a meeting to implement the ministry’s task for 2011 in Hanoi on February 12.

The ministry was requested to well perform its functions and duties in the first half of the year for the successful organisation of the elections of the 13 th National Assembly and the People’s Councils at all levels for the 2011-2016 term.

This was an important task, especially to the selection of deserved personnel to the People’s Councils and the National Assembly, the people’s most powerful agency, PM Dung said.

He also asked the ministry to sum up and orient the completion of functions, tasks and structure of the State administrative agencies at all levels.

In 2011, the MoHA will focus on the Government’s action plan for implementing the 11th National Party Congress Resolution and complete the making up of laws and ordinances to submit to the National Assembly, documents and projects to submit to the Party Central Committee’s Political Bureau and the Secretariat.

The MoHA will also complete a national administrative reform master programme for the 2011-2020 and submit it to competent agency for approval and provide guidance for the implementation of the State administrative reform programme for the 2011-2020 to ministries, branches and localities.

The ministry plans to make guidelines documents for the Law on Officials, circulars guiding the implementation of the Law on Civil Servants and Cadres, implement major tasks for 2011 and plan for 2012 relating to the renovation of policies for wage, social insurance and allowance for people who rendered their services to the nation and study the renovation of wage regime and policy to meet the demand for administrative reform.

At the meeting, the PM hailed the ministry’s staff’s contributions to the country’s achievements over the past year, especially in the implementation of administrative reforms and building a united./.

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