(HBO) - The Vietnam Fatherland Front committee of Hoa Binh and the province’s National Assembly (NA) deputies on August 12 met voters in the form of a videoconference after the first session of the 15th NA.

 

 Member of the Politburo, Secretary of the Party Central Committee (PCC) and head of the PCC's Organisation Commission Truong Thi Mai, who is also a NA deputy of Hoa Binh, speaks at the meeting.


Vice head of the province’s delegation of NA deputies Hoang Duc Chinh reported outcomes of the 15th NA’s first session and activities of the delegation at the event.

Constituents voiced their opinions on issues related to policies for civil servants, investment attraction, job creation, people’s income, socio-economic development, infrastructure investment, and training of officials at grassroots level.

They also asked the NA to seek solutions to promptly repel COVID-19, pay attention to labourers made jobless by the pandemic, adjust prices of farm produce in line with developments of COVID-19, as well as efficiently manage land and natural resources in the localities.

Addressing the event, Politburo member, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and head of the PCC Organisation Commission Truong Thi Mai touched on issues of public concern, including COVID-19 prevention and control work, vaccination strategy, socio-economic development plan for the remaining months, support for pandemic-hit people, and policies for ethnic minority groups.

Politburo member, Secretary of the Hoa Binh Party committee and head of the province’s delegation of NA deputies Ngo Van Tuan clarified a number of issues under the province’s jurisdiction, notably the local COVID-19 situation, social welfare, personnel and policies for specific areas.

He underlined that local authorities will build new mechanisms to attract investment, focusing on land clearance, administrative reform, and infrastructure development, and create an open investment climate to facilitate socio-economic growth in tandem with the province’s potential and advantages./.

 


Related Topics


Committee monitors support for specially disadvantaged communes in Kim Boi

(HBO) – The Ethnic Affairs Board under the Hoa Binh provincial People’s Council on September 16 inspected the implementation of recommendations regarding the infrastructure and production support programmes for specially disadvantaged communes under the national target programme for the 2016-2020 period in Kim Boi district.

Cao Phong township steps up administrative reform

(HBO) - Aware of the importance of administrative reform, the authorities of Cao Phong township, Cao Phong district, have established a one-stop section for receiving applications for administrative procedures and returning processing results. This section, equipped with modern equipment and software and connected with the district People’s Committee and provincial departments and sectors in all fields, has helped reduce the time needed for handling procedures for organisations and individuals.

Kim Boi commune''s Party Committee focuses on membership development

(HBO) – The Party Committee of Kim Boi commune, a poor commune in Kim Boi district of Hoa Binh with the majority of population being ethnic minority people, has defined the improvement of its leadership capacity in all aspects of locals’ living conditions as its top mission. The committee has set a target of expanding the Party membership with high capacity and ethics and high sense of responsibility and enthusiasm.

Hoa Binh accelerates digital transformation process to 2025, sets orientation to 2030

(HBO) – The standing board of the Hoa Binh Party Committee, on September 10, organised a webinar on digital transformation.

Increasing access to national grid aids poverty reduction efforts

(HBO) – Villages and hamlets in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh have been connected to the national power grid, serving their local people's lives and production and helping them overcome poverty and build new-style rural areas.

A visit to former Muong Diem revolutionary base

(HBO) - As one of four important revolutionary bases of Hoa Binh province in the resistance war against French colonialists, Muong Diem revolutionary base (now in Da Bac District’s Trung Thanh commune) with the main task of building and training revolutionary armed forces, has made important contributions to the victory of the uprising to seize power in August 1945 of the local army and people.