(PLO)- According to Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front, in order for investment projects and policies of the State to reach ethnic minorities, it is necessary to promote and improve supervision and criticism. .
On the afternoon of May 11, the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Can Tho City coordinated with the Southern Working Party – the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front and some units to organize a workshop on “Solutions for sustainable socio-economic development for Vietnam”. with ethnic minorities in the Mekong Delta”.
The workshop aimed to promote the role of the Vietnam Fatherland Front and socio-political organizations in the implementation of the National Target Program on socio-economic development in ethnic minority areas in the provinces and cities in the region. Mekong Delta.
According to Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front, Truong Thi Ngoc Anh, in order for investment projects and state policies to reach the ethnic minorities, it is necessary to step up and improve supervision and response. defend. Photo: TRUNG TIEN
According to statistics, the Mekong Delta currently has more than 1.3 million ethnic minorities, accounting for 7.58% of the region’s population and 9.28% of the country’s ethnic minorities.
In recent years, thanks to the synchronous and effective implementation of projects and policies in ethnic minority areas, the appearance of many rural areas and areas with a large number of ethnic minorities in the Mekong Delta has improved. . Besides, the material and spiritual life of the people has also been improved, creating a premise to arouse and promote the role of the ethnic minorities in the implementation of economic development goals. local society.
At the workshop, the delegates listened to many discussions related to solutions for sustainable socio-economic development for ethnic minorities, such as: Current situation and solutions to the coordination of vocational training and create jobs for Khmer ethnic people in Soc Trang; Solutions and policies to promote Khmer ethnic people to promote their potential and advantages in economic development to improve living standards in Kien Giang…
Speaking at the end of the workshop, Ms. Truong Thi Ngoc Anh, Vice Chairwoman of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front, said that the workshop had offered some basic solutions to help the Fronts of provinces and cities in the region to study. , reference and application in propaganda work. Since then, mobilizing ethnic minority people, contributing to supporting them with conditions to study and produce to rise up in life, contribute to the achievement of goals and development of the region.
|Many presentations related to solutions for sustainable socio-economic development for ethnic minorities were presented at the workshop. Photo: TRUNG TIEN|
“In the next period, many investment programs and projects will be implemented in the provinces and cities in the region. In order for investment projects and policies of the State to reach ethnic minorities, it is necessary to step up and improve supervision and criticism.
In addition, it is necessary to promote the praising and honoring of typical examples of outstanding people among ethnic minorities. In addition, regular training is required to improve the operational capacity of the Front staff and the ability to apply information technology to serve the propaganda and grasp the people’s situation.” – Vice Chairman of the Committee Notes to the Vietnam Fatherland Front.
There should be a separate section on land policy with ethnic minorities
(PLO)- Many delegates said that the revised draft Land Law should add a separate chapter or section on land policy for ethnic minorities.