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The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs strives for administrative reform
09:44 AM 26/05/2022
(LĐXH)- MoLISA identifies administrative reform is a key task, a breakthrough in perfecting social security policies, said Deputy Minister of MoLISA Nguyen Ba Hoan.

Deputy Minister of MoLISA Nguyen Ba Hoan emphasized that in 2021, despite being heavily affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, MoLISA has made great efforts to complete th tasks assigned by the Party, National Assembly and Government.
Accordingly, the Ministry has drastically implemented administrative reform in all areas of the Sector, including directing and operating, building legal documents, reforming the organizational apparatus and improving the quality of staff...
The Ministry has issued the Ministry’s Administrative Reform Plan for the period of 2021-2025; submitting to the Prime Minister for approval a Plan to reduce and simplify regulations related to business activities (Decision No. 2230/QD-TTg dated December 30, 2021).
Under the heavy impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on labour, employment and social security issues of the people, MoLISA proactively proposed and coordinated with ministries and sectors to submit it to the Government and Prime Minister enacted unprecedented policies.
"Resolution 68, Decision No. 23 and Resolution No. 116, Decision No. 08 with many support packages for people, employees and employers to overcome difficulties, contributing to minimizing negative impacts extremes of the pandemic, promptly restore the labor market and contribute to economic recovery, ensuring social security," said Deputy Minister Nguyen Ba Hoan.
He added that MoLISA will continue to carry out administrative reforms, thereby contributing to accelerating the program of socio-economic recovery and development, ensuring social security, taking people and businesses as the center./.
By Hong Minh
TAG: COVID-19 pandemic administrative reform
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