(HBO) - Bui Van Tinh, member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee, had a working session with officials of the Party Committees of Luong Son and Lac Thuy to discuss the building of these two localities into new-style rural districts in 2020.

 

Bui Van Tinh, member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee, addresses the working session.

By the end of 2018, Luong Son had had 11 of the 19 communes recognised as new-style rural areas. Each commune in the district fulfilled 17.63 criteria on average, up 1.42 criteria from 2017. Luong Son has yet to meet two standards - transport and health care-culture-education.

The communes that haven’t obtained the new-style status were asked to complete the dossiers seeking the recognition in September this year.

Meanwhile, the communal township of Luong Son and its planned extension area have basically gathered all necessary conditions to become a fourth-tier city.

In Lac Thuy district, eight of its 13 communes have been named new-style rural areas. Each commune satisfied 16.92 criteria on average, up 1.23 from 2017. Lac Thuy aims to reach all standards in 2020 and apply for the new-style rural district recognition in 2021.

Speaking at the meeting, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Bui Van Tinh asked local authorities to have strong political determination and mobilise the engagement of the whole political system. They have to take concerted solutions so as to make strong progress in the new-style rural area building and attaining the targets set in the resolution of the 16th provincial Party congress.

Amid certain budget difficulties, to become new-style rural districts in 2019 and 2030, Luong Son and Lac Thuy need even stronger determination and creativity, especially in the mobilisation of private funding sources, he noted.

He told them to make use of land-related revenue to develop urban and rural infrastructure, fulfil the criteria that they haven’t met, and compile dossiers seeking the new-style status for communes and districts as scheduled.

The steering boards for new-style rural area building, all-level authorities and sectors need to assign concrete tasks to each individual and unit while focusing on fulfilling the standards they haven’t met. They also need to maintain and improve the aspects for which criteria have been satisfied, thereby ensuring the sustainability in the building of new-style rural areas, Tinh added./.

 


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