Mon. Nov 28th, 2022

The Advisory Council for Administrative Procedure Reform officially made
its debut on April 10 with the aim of improving dialogue between the
Government, businesses and the people.

The council,
which consists of 26 offices and is headed by Minister of Justice Ha
Hung Cuong, will advise the Prime Minister on important matters related
to administrative procedures nationwide.

The council
will keep track of the progress made by ministries and local authorities
in implementing administrative reforms and come up with new initiatives
for such reforms.

Speaking at the ceremony, Deputy
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc highlighted the council’s responsibility
to promote the role of independent consultants in establishing national
standards for administrative procedure reform.

Cutting red tape has been a key part of the national programme on
administrative procedure reforms during the last decade and will
continue to be in this decade, the deputy prime minister said.-VNA

By vivian