(PLO)- In January, 2023, policies related to people such as how to look up citizen information instead of paper household registration books, increase interest rates on housing loans, etc. will officially take effect.
New regulations on submission and presentation of household registration books and paper temporary residence books
Decree 104/2022 amending and supplementing a number of articles of the decrees related to the submission and presentation of household registration books and paper temporary residence books when performing administrative procedures and providing public services, takes effect from January 1, 2023.
This Decree has abolished regulations on the submission and presentation of household registration books and paper temporary residence books when carrying out administrative procedures and providing public services, mainly in many fields such as employment, health insurance, education, healthcare, land, tax, housing, social housing, electricity, adoption…
Instead, when carrying out the above procedures, people only need to present one of the documents such as CCCD, ID card, certificate of residence information, notice of personal identification number and citizen information in the National Population Database.
From January 1, 2023, people do not have to present household registration books and paper temporary residence books when carrying out administrative procedures.
The Decree also stipulates four methods of looking up resident information of citizens when there is no longer a paper household registration book. Specifically, look up and exploit personal information through the function of the information system for handling administrative procedures at ministerial and provincial levels, which is connected to the National Database on Population or through the National Public Service Portal.
– Look up personal information through the citizen’s electronic identity account displayed in the VneID application.
– Use a reader device that has been connected online to the National Population Database, including a QRCode reader or a chip reader on a CCCD with a chip.
– Other exploitation methods as prescribed by specialized laws.
Fixing regulations on basic pay radio and television service packages
This is the content of Decree 71/2022 amending Decree 06/2016 on management, provision and use of radio and television services. Specifically, information content on pay radio and television services is organized into service and service packages.
In particular, a basic service package is a service package that a pay radio and television service provider must provide to subscribers and must be stated in the service provision contract. Including program channels serving political tasks, essential propaganda information; there may be domestic program channels, foreign program channels.
– Program channels serving political tasks, essential national propaganda information must be provided to all subscribers.
– Program channels serving political tasks, essential local propaganda information must be provided to subscribers in the locality where the service provider is located according to the administrative area, unless the service provider using transmission and broadcasting technology is unable to insert or replace the program channel.
– The signal receiving point for program channels serving political tasks and essential propaganda information shall comply with the agreement between a press agency with a radio and television operation license and the service provider.
The press agency shall decide on the point to receive signals from the General Control of the press agency or from a convenient and nearest location in accordance with the provisions of law in order to ensure signal quality and save transmission costs of the service provider.
A new regulation under the basic service package added in this decree is that foreign program channels and other domestic program channels are decided by service providers.
Under the new regulations, the Ministry of Justice has only 25 units left. Photo: VGP
Only 25 units remain in the structure of the Ministry of Justice
From January 1, 2023, the Ministry of Justice has only 25 units left under Decree 98/2022 (replacing Decree 96/2017) defining the functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the Ministry of Justice.
In which, there are 20 administrative organizations assisting the Minister in performing the state management function and five public non-business units serving state management under the ministry.
The organizational structure of the Ministry of Justice is also adjusted as follows: Reducing two units, the Department of Emulation – Reward and Department of Southern Affairs. Adjust the Department of Law Dissemination and Education into the Department of Law Dissemination and Education; The Department of Adoption becomes the Department of Adoption. At the same time, the Institute of Legal Science was renamed the Institute of Strategy and Legal Science.
Units of the Emulation – Commendation Department; Department of Law Dissemination and Education; The Department of Adoption, Department of Southern Affairs will continue to perform tasks until the Minister of Justice issues a decision defining the new functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure.
Reduce a unit in the organizational structure of the State Bank
On December 12, 2022, the Government issued Decree 102-2022 defining the functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the State Bank of Vietnam (SBV). Accordingly, from January 1, 2023, the State Bank of Vietnam applied a new organizational structure with some adjustments.
Specifically, there is no longer the Department of Emulation – Commendation and the Training School for bank staff; supplementing the State Administration of Foreign Exchange Reserves.
The Monetary Policy Department has six rooms instead of seven as before. The Department of Credit for Economic Sectors, the Department of Finance-Accounting have five rooms (the old regulation was to have six rooms)…
At the same time, the Foreign Exchange Management Department and the Exchange will continue to perform their functions and tasks according to current regulations until the Governor of the State Bank issues a decision defining the functions, tasks, powers and organizational structure of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange Reserve, the Department of Foreign Exchange Management and the Exchange.
The School of Bankers Training is entitled to complete the tasks being performed until the Governor of the State Bank completes the arrangement of organization, personnel, finance and assets of the School of Banking Staff Training.
Increase the interest rate for housing loans to 5.0%/year
In Decision 2081 issued on December 12, 2022, the SBV has regulated the interest rate applicable to commercial banks in 2023 for the outstanding balance of housing loans in accordance with the provisions of Circular 11/2013, Circular 32/2014 and Circular 25/2016 of the SBV at 5.0%/year.
This Decision takes effect from January 1, 2023 and replaces Decision 1956.
According to Circular 11/2013 (amended by Circular 32/2014), the lending banks applying the above interest rate include: Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development of Vietnam, Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam, Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Industry and Trade of Vietnam, Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Foreign Trade of Vietnam, Joint Stock Commercial Bank for Housing Development in the Mekong Delta, and other State-owned commercial banks designated by the State.
Fees for registration of new permanent and temporary residence from February 5, 2023
(PLO)- People across the country when registering for permanent residence, temporary residence, temporary residence extension, or separation of households will pay the same fee, from 5,000 to 20,000 / time.