The Ministry of Home Affairs has just issued Circular 04/2022 amending Point c, Clause 1, Article 1 of Circular 13/2019 guiding regulations on commune-level cadres and civil servants and part-time workers at commune and village levels. residential group.
The Circular stipulates that the professional qualification for commune-level civil servants is to graduate from a university or higher in a training discipline suitable to the requirements and tasks of each commune-level civil servant title, unless otherwise provided for by law. other determination.
Thus, with this regulation, there are currently three cases where commune-level civil servants are not required to have a university degree.
First, civil servants working in mountainous, highland, border, island, island communes, remote areas, ethnic minority areas, and areas with extremely difficult socio-economic conditions that the Provincial People’s Committee stipulates professional qualifications from intermediate to higher.
Second, civil servants in communes and townships that do not fall into the first case, are recruited before December 25, 2019 without having a university degree in accordance with the requirements and duties of each commune-level civil servant title. .
The third is “unless otherwise provided for by law” which has just been added in the newly promulgated circular. The addition of the above provision is appropriate. Currently, the Law on Civil Status 2014 stipulates that civil status officers at commune level must have an intermediate level of law or higher and have been trained in civil status…
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