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Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Inert responses from above

By An Nhien

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Capital disbursements in the three national target programs—new rural development, sustainable poverty reduction, and socio-economic development in areas inhabited by ethnic minority groups and mountainous areas—are moving at a snail’s pace. Earlier this week, on October 30, the National Assembly reviewed the implementation of its resolutions on three national target programs for the period 2021-2025. These programs include new rural development, sustainable poverty reduction, and socio-economic development in areas inhabited by ethnic minority groups and mountainous areas for the period 2021-2030. The success of these three programs holds immense importance, as the Party and the State consistently prioritize equitable development for all population groups across the country. Therefore, the National Assembly’s concurrent review of these programs during the mid-term is highly significant. It offers a comprehensive assessment of the progress made so far, enabling the identification of obstacles, limitations, and the responsibilities of various ministries and sectors. Moreover, it seeks solutions to bring about more fundamental changes in the implementation of these three programs after the review process. According to the feedback provided by the National Assembly’s supervision team and deputies, these programs have achieved some positive results in their initial stages. Notably, socio-economic infrastructure in rural and mountainous areas […]
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