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Land disputes remain complicated - chief inspector
Hung Le
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Land disputes remain complicated - chief inspector

Hung Le

HCMC – Complaints and denunciations related to land have eased this year but land disputes are as complicated as ever, Government chief inspector Le Minh Khai told the National Assembly on November 7.

Khai said the number of complainants coming to State administrative agencies in 2017 has declined 8.5% compared to 2016. The number of complaints sent in has dropped nearly 9% year-on-year and the number of complaints solved and handled has decreased nearly 15%.

Notably, land-related complaints accounted for more than 60% of the nation’s total. Although the complaints have eased, groups of complainants gathering at administrative agencies have increased by more than 10% year-on-year.

Khai stressed some individuals and organizations had taken advantage of the situation to cause social disorder.
According to the Government Inspectorate, the situation is a result of inconsistent laws, policies and mechanisms, and unworkable regulations. For instance, the laws on land and site clearance compensation still contain flaws.

Khai said some leaders of certain administrative agencies had not had a strong sense of responsibility for handling complaints while officials lack responsibility, problem-solving ability and communication skills.

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