Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc (R)
HÀ NỘI — The Prime Minister has just issued an instruction asking for strengthened discipline at all State apparatuses.
The instruction says that the Government has paid attention to improving administrative discipline, and building an enabling Government with transparency and integrity.
However, a number of agencies have not seriously observed the direction and administration of the Government and the Prime Minister. Many tasks outlined in the action plans, resolutions of the Government, decisions and directives of the Prime Minister, and other directing and guiding documents were not implemented in due time. Quality assurance was not maintained as requested.
Such limitations have affected discipline, the order of public administration and social order, creating a negative impact on the people and enterprises’ trust, the instruction says.
Thus, the Prime Minister called for improved service quality and credibility of the Government and authorities at all levels.
Ministries and sectors need to review their working procedures, asking their staff to follow their disciplines strictly.
A detailed working programme should be set up with work assignments given to staff properly so that efficiency can be improved.
The Prime Minister also asked for more inspections of the implementation of discipline at State apparatuses from both authorised units and from the people.
State employees are required not to take advantage of working time for personal matters and strictly follow the rules on morality and communications with people.
The Ministry of Home Affairs is in charge of enforcing the instruction and reporting back to the Prime Minister. — VNS