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PM demands substantial progress in administrative reform in 2022

VGP – Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh demanded substantial progress in administrative reform this year in order to further improve national governance capacity as well as effectiveness and efficiency of ministries, agencies and localities.

March 09, 2022 7:56 PM GMT+7
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Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh addresses a meeting on administrative reform, Ha Noi, March 9, 2022. Photo: VGP

Addressing a meeting on administrative reform Wednesday, Pham emphasized that investment in administrative reform means investment in development and such investment must bring about substantive outcomes.

From that perspective, the Prime Minister called for further improving the awareness, role and responsibility of the leaders of ministries, agencies and localities in organizing the implementation of administrative reform.

Subordinate levels need to continue accelerating the review and improvement of institutions on administrative reform, expanding coverage and strengthening the quality of online public services, emphasized Pham.

He also urged ministries, agencies and localities to push ahead with downsizing their apparatuses and step up investment in digital transformation.