Thu Duc City receives high expectation from HCMC, as stated in the Politburo’s Resolution No.31-NQ/TW. However, until now, there is not any suitable mechanism or policy for Thu Duc City in order to promote its growth.
The draft resolution to replace Resolution 54 on specific mechanisms for HCMC development allows the city to actively allocate public investment capital to support poverty reduction, create jobs and stabilize dwellers’ living condition.
The HCMC Communist Youth Union held a ceremony on March 24 to celebrate the 92nd anniversary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union (March 26, 1931 – 2023) and the award ceremony of Ho Hao Hon Prize 2023.
District 1 has developed detailed plans to adopt Resolution No.31-NQ/TW on the development directions of HCMC until 2030, with a vision to 2034. SGGP Newspaper has done an interview with Party Chief of District 1 To Thi Bich Chau on this matter.
According to the Publicity and Education Commission under the HCMC Party Committee, the press has many articles proposing and offering solutions for economic recovery and development, with feasibility and a high sense of responsibility.
The quick recovery of Ho Chi Minh City in 2022 after the 4th Covid-19 pandemic outbreak has formed a strong foundation to complete its 5-year plan from 2020 and to maintain its leading position in the national socio-economic development.
When implementing urban government, the construction of e-government becomes more and more necessary. Vice Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Vo Van Hoan said that the city needs a lot of resources; therefore, in addition to the city budget to build the initial foundation, the participation of businesses and people is needed in the construction of e-government.
According to Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Van Nen, the southern largest city’s task in 2023 will be heavy; therefore, leaders and responsible agencies must be more flexible and determined in their direction and management. More creative and proactive solutions are needed to mobilize all resources for the city’s development.
The Center for Disease Control in Ho Chi Minh City warned that if the vaccine supply disruption continues, children remain at risk of deadly diseases such as measles, diphtheria, and pertussis, said Ms. Le Hong Nga, Deputy Director of HCDC.
Chairwoman of the HCMC People’s Council Nguyen Thi Le on September 16 chaired a working session on the implementation of Resolution No.131/2020/QH14 (NQ131) on organizing urban administration in HCMC with the People’s Committee of Tan Binh District.
The Propaganda and Education Board of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee this morning held a program to sign the media cooperation agreement of 2022 between Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee and 21 Central and provincial, municipal press agencies under the chair of Head of the Propaganda and Education Board of the City Party Committee Phan Nguyen Nhu Khue.
On September 6, leaders of Ho Chi Minh City toured to District 8 and District 3 for supervision of the implementation of the Resolution 131/2020 of the National Assembly on the organization of urban government in the city.
Ho Chi Minh City is the first centrally-run city in the country to implement an urban administrative model. It brings opportunities for rapid development commensurate with the existing potential. However, in addition to achievements, the city has had many difficulties and obstacles in the budget management mechanism, making it hard for districts and wards authorities to perform their local tasks.
At the sixth plenary session of the tenth tenure Ho Chi Minh City People’s Council this morning, deputies voted for the approval of the Resolution on establishing delegations in charge of supervising the implementation tasks of public investment and social housing projects in the city in the period 2021- 2025.
Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Van Nen suggested that conference participants focus on discussing and giving an assessment of what can and cannot be done as well as proposed breakthrough solutions to create new impetus for the city’s recovery.