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Ha Noi wants vendors, temporary markets gone

Update: March, 24/2015 - 10:09
Citizens shop at a temporary market illegally set up by vendors in An Duong Street. The capital city administration has started a campaign to intensify clearance of temporary markets and street vendors its streets. — VNS Photo Doan Tung

HA NOI (VNS) — The capital city's authority has started a campaign to intensify the clearance of temporary markets and street vendors from the city.

The campaign, which is regulated by the city People's Committee's Document No 1895/UBND-CT that was issued yesterday, is part of a movement to support the yearly plan for building civility in Ha Noi. The plan is entitled "2015 - a year of urban civility and order."

The People's Committee has ordered the local people and authorities to strictly follow the campaign, which begins today and will last till mid-April, as part of the national plan to remove all illegal small-scale traders from the city.

It also urged other sectors, including the city police, traffic and trade management units, to co-operate with the committee in encouraging the local people to take part in the campaign.

The People's Committee's document said the leaders of all districts and communes' local People's Committees would be responsible for the implementation of the campaign, for ensuring there was no recurrence of any case and for reporting the results immediately to the city's committee. — VNS

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