(PLO)- The Prime Minister requested the Ministry of Home Affairs to soon submit to the Government a Decree regulating the base salary for cadres, civil servants, public employees and the armed forces.
On January 27, the Prime Minister issued Directive 03 to urge the implementation of key tasks after the 2023 Lunar New Year holiday.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh requested ministries, agencies, localities, organizations, agencies and units according to their assigned functions, tasks and competence to urgently focus on work, ensuring timely, quality, efficiency, without delay affecting production, business, socio-economic activities, creating a new atmosphere and atmosphere…
In particular, the head of the Government requested the Ministry of Home Affairs to assume the prime responsibility for, and coordinate with relevant ministries and agencies in, expeditiously formulating and submitting to the Government a Decree stipulating the base salary for cadres and civil servants. officers and armed forces; Resolution of the National Assembly Standing Committee on the arrangement of administrative units for the period 2022 – 2030.
Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh. Photo: VGP
Previously, after the National Assembly decided to increase the base salary for cadres, civil servants and public employees to VND 1.8 million/month from July 1, 2023, the Ministry of Home Affairs also issued a program to build legal documents in 2023 of the Ministry of Home Affairs. Under this program, the Wage Department is responsible for presiding over the development of a Decree stipulating the basic salary levels for cadres, civil servants, public employees and the armed forces, and submitting it to the Government in March.
After submitting the Decree to the Government for promulgation, continue to develop a Circular guiding the implementation of the base salary for salary and allowance beneficiaries in public non-business agencies and units of the Party and State. countries, socio-political organizations and associations to submit to the Minister of Home Affairs.
In addition, the Ministry of Home Affairs has also planned to develop a Circular guiding the adjustment of monthly allowances for commune officials who have quit according to Decision No. 130-CP dated June 20, 1975 of the Council. Government and Decision No. 111-HDBT dated October 13, 1981 of the Council of Ministers, after the Government promulgated the Decree on adjustment of pension, insurance allowance and monthly allowance.