(PLO)- The Department of Home Affairs will submit to the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City a plan to add vice chairmen of the People’s Council, Thu Duc City People’s Committee, three districts and vice presidents of People’s Committees of wards, communes and townships with a population of 50,000 or more.
Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee Phan Van Mai has just signed and promulgated a plan to implement Resolution 98/2023 of the National Assembly on piloting a number of mechanisms and policies specific to the development of Ho Chi Minh City.
This is also the plan to implement Directive 27 of the City Party Committee and Resolution 18 of the City Council on this issue.
Additional vice presidents of districts and communes
The decision of the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City has set out specific requirements for tasks, solutions and implementation progress for departments, branches, affiliated enterprises and districts, Thu Duc city.
At the same time, develop and implement specific mechanisms and policies with focus and focus, suitable to the actual development context and the state’s ability to balance resources.
Ho Chi Minh City is about to add Vice Presidents of 3 districts and communes with 50,000 inhabitants or more. Photo: NGUYEN TIEN
The decision has set out main tasks and solutions in seven areas, including investment management; finance and state budget; management of planning, urban and natural resources; industries and professions attracting strategic investors to the city; management of science and technology, innovation; organizational structure of Ho Chi Minh City and organizational structure of Thu Duc city.
Notably, regarding the organizational structure of Ho Chi Minh City, Ho Chi Minh City will consolidate the apparatus of the People’s Committees of districts with no more than three Vice Presidents; Thu Duc City People’s Council has no more than two Vice Chairman, Thu Duc City People’s Committee no more than four Vice Chairman.
Particularly for wards, communes and townships with a population size of 50,000 or more, the People’s Committees of wards, communes and townships have no more than three Vice Presidents.
This content, the City People’s Committee assigned the Department of Home Affairs to submit in July 2023.
Previously, the Department of Home Affairs said that with this mechanism, Ho Chi Minh City will soon have 48 more Vice Presidents of Wards, three Vice Presidents of Districts (Hoc Mon, Nha Be and Can Gio), a Vice Chairman of Thu Duc City. and a Vice Chairman of the People’s Council of Thu Duc City. Thus, a total of 52 Vice Presidents of districts and communes and one Vice Chairman of the People’s Council will be added.
Submit project to Department of Food Safety in September
To concretize Resolution 98, there are 28 contents to be submitted to the City Council and 25 contents to be submitted to the City People’s Committee and it is expected that these contents will be submitted by departments and agencies in 2023.
Regarding the tasks to submit to the City People’s Committee, in August, the City People’s Committee requested the Department of Planning and Economics to submit a decision to adjust the construction density, social and technical infrastructure indicators of public investment projects. establish the vicinity of urban railway stations and intersections along the Ring Road 3 in the territory of Ho Chi Minh City.
The Department of Natural Resources and Environment shall submit regulations on compensation for land when it is recovered by the State and stipulate the conversion rate and conditions for compensation with land different from the recovered land or housing in accordance with the actual situation.
The Department of Planning and Investment submits criteria for assessing the financial capability, experience and technical skills of investors implementing projects applying the type of BT contract.
The People’s Committee of Thu Duc City and the Department of Home Affairs submitted a proposal to establish the Urban Committee under the People’s Council of Thu Duc City and the Department of Finance together with the Department of Planning and Investment submitted the budget expenditure plan of the District People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, which has not yet been allocated undistributed amounts. allocate 2%-4% of the total district budget expenditure.
In September, departments and branches must complete a report on the contents of public-private partnership for projects in the fields of health, education, sports and culture; pilot project of urban development model oriented to public transport development (TOD); regulations on land allocation and land lease for public properties; decisions to authorize the heads of other administrative agencies under the City People’s Committee, the heads of public non-business units under the City People’s Committee and the Chairman of Thu Duc City People’s Committee; supplement the payroll of cadres and civil servants working in wards, communes and townships…
Regarding the tasks to be submitted to the City Council, in July, the content of additional income expenditure will be completed and procedures for changing the purpose of using rice land under 500 hectares.
By September, it will submit to the City Council a proposal to establish a Department of Food Safety; norms regulating the number of commune-level cadres and civil servants; organization of Thu Duc city apparatus…
According to the decision, the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City assigned departments, branches and enterprises of the city, the People’s Committee of Thu Duc City and districts to develop plans and urgently implement tasks and solutions as assigned.
Thereby, completing the consultation of the contents submitted to the City Council in 2023.
Periodically before November 15 every year to report to Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee the results of implementation (through the Department of Planning and Investment); organize a three-year preliminary review of the implementation in the fourth quarter – 2026; summarize the implementation of the Resolution in the fourth quarter of 2028.
Ho Chi Minh City will propose a plan to merge districts and communes according to specific characteristics
(PLO)- According to the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City, the draft Resolution of the Standing Committee of the National Assembly on the arrangement of administrative units at district and commune levels in the period of 2023 – 2030 stipulates that in special cases, the arrangement is not mandatory.