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Proposing to award medals to officers who dare to make breakthroughs

It is necessary to regulate the awarding of labor medals to cadres who are dynamic, creative, dare to think, dare to do, dare to make breakthroughs for the common good, delegate Mai Thi Phuong Hoa proposed.

Commenting on the draft Law on Emulation and Commendation (amended) on the morning of March 28, Deputy Chairwoman of the Judiciary Committee Mai Thi Phuong Hoa said that enterprising cadres are people with creative thinking, good ways of doing things. to solve bottlenecks in mechanisms, policies, issues that have not been regulated or existed but are not suitable with reality. These solutions bring practical value and effectiveness, create transformations and make positive contributions to the common development.

History has witnessed many examples of innovation, creativity, dare to think, dare to do, dare to take responsibility before the Party and people. Ms. Hoa cited Secretary of the Vinh Phuc Provincial Party Committee Kim Ngoc with the decision to “settle down” in 1966. This is one of the important bases for the Central Government to issue the policy of contracting 100 and contracting 10, fundamentally changing the business. agricultural economy in Vietnam. That is the female Labor Hero Ba Thi with the feat of “untying” the rice grain in Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong Delta in 1977-1978, contributing to the elimination of the rice subsidy regime; or the case of the late Prime Minister Vo Van Kiet with a 500 KV power transmission line…

The Politburo has issued a conclusion on September 22, 2021 on encouraging and protecting cadres, in which it is required to commend and reward cadres with innovative thinking, breakthrough and creative ways of doing things. , high efficiency, for the common good. “This policy needs to be institutionalized into legal documents, especially in the current context where some party cadres and members are showing signs of slackening, not daring to do anything, let alone take responsibility.” Ms. Hoa said.

Deputy Chairman of the Judiciary Committee Mai Thi Phuong Hoa.  Photo: Media Quochoi

Deputy Chairman of the Judiciary Committee Mai Thi Phuong Hoa. Photo: Media Quochoi

Delegate Bui Hoai Son (Standing Committee of Culture and Education) also said that the bill should add objects of commendation and reward of labor medals, certificates of merit from the Prime Minister, certificates of merit from ministries and agencies. Those are farmers, workers, people who directly work, produce and work; entrepreneurs, businesses, intellectuals, scientists, individuals and collectives making great contributions to socio-economic development; people who apply advances in science and technology, do social work, charity and humanitarian work.

Mr. Son assessed that the reward for direct employees in the past time has not met the practical requirements, has not encouraged spiritually and materially for individuals with excellent achievements, creating motivation for individuals to pay tribute. contribute more, bring more development values ​​to the country’s socio-economic development.

Vice Chairman of the Social Affairs Committee Do Thi Lan supported the State’s continued consideration of rewards for organizations, collectives and individuals that participated in the resistance war and defended the Fatherland for “showing the humane policies of the State.” country”. However, the provisions of article 95 of the bill “Youth volunteering for the resistance wars against France and the United States, and receive an increase in the glorious youth volunteer medal, must have served continuously for 2 years or more, completed duty; youth volunteering as martyrs must have served in the army for one year or more” is not practical.

Standing Do Thi Lan of the Social Committee.  Photo: Media Quochoi

Vice Chairman of the Social Committee Do Thi Lan. Photo: Media Quochoi

For example, 10 young girls volunteered at Dong Loc junction, Can Loc district, Ha Tinh province, to fill the bomb crater in fierce war conditions, but only from April to October 1968. During 214 days and nights, the enemy dropped nearly 50,000 bombs on the area, 10 girls worked around the clock and died on 24/7/1968. “The nation’s history has recorded 10 young volunteer girls who sacrificed their lives to defend the Fatherland. But there are people who have joined the youth volunteer force for less than a year like Tran Thi Da, who joined on November 3. 1967”, Ms. Lan said.

The female delegate said that young volunteers participating in the resistance war have special characteristics, difficult and dangerous tasks such as leveling bomb craters, loading ammunition, transporting weapons, providing relief or directly participating in campaigns. Therefore, the bill needs to flexibly stipulate the time and conditions for awarding and posthumously conferring the Glorious Youth Volunteer Medal to recognize their contribution in the resistance war. , protect the country.

National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue said that emulation and commendation is the driving force for economic and social development and contributes to the protection of the political and social regime. This is also an important management tool to build new people, arouse responsibility, self-reliance, pride of the community and creativity of collectives and individuals. The comprehensive amendment of the Law on Emulation and Reward to ensure accuracy, timeliness and transparency; pay special attention to rewarding small collectives, paying attention to rewarding establishments in remote areas, border areas and islands; definitively solve the reward for achievements in the resistance wars…

The draft Law on Emulation and Commendation (amended) will be considered and approved by the 15th National Assembly at its third session, opening in May.

Hoang Thuy – Son Ha

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