Government members unanimously proposed to the National Assembly to issue a resolution to remove obstacles in planning work according to simplified procedures.
On the morning of April 19, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh chair the Government meeting to review the work related to the Law on Planning and the supreme supervision of the National Assembly in the implementation of policies and laws on planning work since this Law takes effect.
Affirming the important role of planning, Government leaders assessed many obstacles that have been removed since the Law was promulgated. However, the implementation process encountered many problems. Agencies have actively solved “but there are still many issues that need to be further dealt with and there are many things that have not been done”.
Therefore, the delegates unanimously recommended that the National Assembly promulgate a new resolution at the third session, the XV National Assembly (opening in May) according to the shortened order and procedures. This is to remove difficulties in planning work; at the same time, continue to evaluate and review proposed amendments and supplements to the Law on Planning.
Content to be submitted to the National Assembly includes a proposal to adjust the planning progress; select a number of priority plannings, complete them early to serve the development of the country; adjusting cost regulations, allowing flexible use of recurrent expenditure and socialization to speed up progress.
In addition, the Government proposes to the National Assembly to allow the concurrent formulation of plannings and adjustments without the need for procedures to set up tasks. Plans approved before 2019 may continue to be implemented and adjusted according to regulations before the effective date of the Law on Planning.
The Government proposes to allow the selection of national and regional planning consultants in the form of contractor appointment; allow affiliated public research and non-business units to participate in the formulation of sectoral planning according to the mechanism of ordering and assigning tasks with funding… Decentralization and clear delineation of tasks for formulation, appraisal and approval Planning approval will be associated with individualization of responsibility.
The Government Party Committee will agree with the National Assembly Party Committee before the Government submits the above proposals to the National Assembly Standing Committee.
The Planning Law 2017 took effect from January 1, 2019. In the period 2011-2021, only 31 national sectoral plans have been approved, except for urban and construction plannings implemented under the Law on Construction and the Law on Urban Planning.
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