The Department of Medical Examination Management under the Ministry of Health asked Yên Bái Province People’s Commitee to investigate an assault on doctors at the provincial maternity and pediatrics hospital.
Slag dumps of Vĩnh Tân 2 thermoelectric plant pose a high risk of causing environmental damage, local authorities said.
The Ministry of Transportation (MoT) and People’s Committees of Mekong Delta provinces in Vĩnh Long and Trà Vinh agreed Monday to cancel the Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) project on National Highway No.53.
National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyễn Thị Kim Ngân yesterday said that during the 20th session, the National Assembly Standing Committee (NASC) discussed three draft laws, a draft resolution, and other issues.
Deputy Prime Minister Trịnh Đình Dũng has asked ministries, sectors and localities to make concrete plans to realise the National Action Programme on Zero Hunger by the year 2025.
The National Assembly Standing Committee (NASC) yesterday passed a resolution on allocating additional funds to buy rice and add to the national reserve.
Việt Nam Maritime Administration (Vinamarine) has submited a request to Bình Định Province People’s Commitee for a licence to dump 439,000cu.m of waste mud into Quy Nhơn City’s sea.
An areca nut processing plant in Nam Đông District’s Hương Hoà Commnue has been causing pollution for months but the local authority has not imposed any effective sanctions.
Bribery in the form of giving Government officials gifts is getting more and more complicated and artful, with recipients only giving back the gifts if they’re caught, head of the National Assembly’s Legal Committee Lê Thị Nga told a session devoted to the Government’s report on anti-corruption measures.
Vân Đồn District in Quảng Ninh province plans to carry out forceful removal of construction violators in the protected Bái Tử Long Bay national park.