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Oct 14, 2020 / 16:42

Hanoi Party Committee to focus on personnel issues in next 5 years

Personnel is considered one of major issues for Hanoi in the next five years.

Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue has said personnel arrangement will be one of the major issues in the next five-year term beginning from 2020.

 Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue. Photo: Hoang Ha

“The designation should aim at helping the appointee bring into full play his/her competences,” the municipal party chief said at a press conference Tuesday.

He emphasized the importance of party building in the next term, saying that there must be one who takes the post of standing deputy secretary of the municipal Party Committee and one deputy secretary who oversees the party building.

Mr. Hue said that the Executive Board of the municipal Party Committee has emphasized inspection and supervision of Party members.

This is followed by the operations of disciplinary control commissions at all levels and the responsibility of the party bodies’ heads. In addition, the supervising role of the public and socio-politic organizations will be enhanced.

“The Hanoi Party Committee will make this term impressive with significant changes in Party building and settlement of matters of major concern namely environmental pollution, traffic congestion, water resource security, infrastructure, construction among others,” Mr. Hue noted.

Among the key issues, meritocracy will be listed one of the most important criteria for promotion, he noted.

In addition, the municipal government will further focus on building the startup ecosystem, creative city, and the initiative network to promote the city’s intellectuals.

Social welfare is another issue that the city will put emphasis on. Accordingly, it targets to ensure medical checkup once every year to all locals. As such, the city’s life expectancy would be at 76-76.5 years by 2025, two years above the national average.