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Minister of Home Affairs Le Vinh Tan said in order to remove the requirements on foreign language and informatics certificates in civil servant recruitment and rank promotion, his ministry is joining other ministries and branches to amend criteria.

Excellent uni grads still want to become civil servants

VietNamNet Bridge - Hanoi’s authorities have announced the recruitment of 25 workers, who are top graduates from many universities in Hanoi. 

Deputy PM: Administrative reform remains slow

VietNamNet Bridge – Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc said the streamlining of administrative procedures at ministries and local governments has remained slow, affecting the business environment and lives of people in the country.

Public servants and drinking

The female vice president of a district in Nghe An has been reprimanded for being drunk during parties, meetings and receptions. What do you think about the state that civil servants drink excessively, causing public discontent?

Number of people paid by state budget to slightly increase

VietNamNet Bridge – The total number of state employees in 2013 is fixed at 281,700, slightly up from 2012.

Hanoi officials make “shocking statement” on civil servant recruitment

The Chairman of the Inspection Commission of the Hanoi Party Committee said that the “price” for becoming a civil servant is VND100 million ($5,000).