The plan on the government restructuring for the 2021-2026 tenure will be submitted to the third plenum of the 13th Party Central Committee, slated for July.
Deputy Director of the Department of Organization and Personnel of the Ministry of Home Affairs Vu Hai Nam
Deputy Director of the Department of Organization and Personnel of the Ministry of Home Affairs Vu Hai Nam said at a press conference on June 18 that the ministry is focusing on a plan on restructuring the government for the 2021-2026 period.
Currently, the Ministry of Home Affairs is closely coordinating with ministries and branches on comprehensive assessments about the issue. During the compilation of the plan, the ministry has organized many seminars and consulted with ministries, branches and local authorities, experts and scientists.
The ministry has also reported, consulted the Prime Minister, and reported to the Government’s Party Civil Affairs Committee and the Government in accordance with the regulations.
The Government’s Party Civil Affairs Committee has reported the plan to the Politburo. Under the Politburo and Secretariat’s working program, the plan will be submitted to the third plenum of the 13th Party Central Committee for opinions.
After that, the Ministry of Home Affairs will continue to advise the Government to complete the restructuring plan to be submitted to the first session of the 15th National Assembly.
Since the 12th tenure, the Government apparatus structure has been stable with 22 ministries and branches.
There are 18 ministries, namely Ministries of National Defence; Public Security; Foreign Affairs; Justice; Finance; Industry and Trade; Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs; Transport; Construction; Information and Communications; Education and Training; Agriculture and Rural Development; Planning and Investment; Home Affairs; Health; Science and Technology; Culture, Sports and Tourism; and Natural Resources and the Environment.
The Government has four ministry-level agencies, including the Government Office, Government Inspection, the State Bank of Vietnam and the Committee for Ethnic Minorities.
The Government now has 28 members. The Government leaders include Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and five Deputy Prime Ministers Truong Hoa Binh, Pham Binh Minh, Vu Duc Dam, Le Minh Khai and Le Van Thanh, and 22 ministers and heads of branches.
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