Gov’t to quickly appoint young vice chairs for poor communes

Published: 11/07/2011 05:00



VietNamNet Bridge – Instead of implementing an
experimental program in five provinces in 2011-2012, with 100 members; Prime
Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has decided to expand the program to 20 provinces,
with 600 members.

The PM has amended
the pilot program to choose 600 young well-trained people to appoint as vice
chairs of poor communes.

Accordingly, the
government will recruit and appoint 600 young well-trained people as vice
chairs of communes in 62 poorest districts in Vietnam from April 2011 through
December 2012.

This project will
be supervised and evaluated from 2013 to June 2017. The project management
board will make a review and summary of the project implementation to submit to
the PM in June 2017, three years shorter than the previous schedule.

Under the PM’s new
decision, the total funding for this project will increase from over VND194
billion ($9.5 million) to nearly VND200 billion (nearly $10 million). The
funding will be allocated on annual basis.

According to the
previous plan, the program would be carried out on a trial basis in the five
provinces of Cao Bang, Dien Bien in the north, Nghe An and Quang Ngai in the
central region and Kon Tum in the central highlands from 2011 to 2015, with 100
young intellectuals, who would be appointed as vice chairs of 100 communes. The
pilot project would be reviewed in 2020.

This project has
been welcomed by many young intellectuals, including those who have stable
jobs. The project manager, Vu Dang Minh from the Ministry of Home Affairs, said
that the project management board receives tens of applications a day, not
including applications submitted at Departments of Home Affairs in related


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