The Standing Board of the Party Committee of the Provincial Agencies’ Bloc on January 31 presented Party badges to its veteran members on the occasion of the Communist Party of Vietnam's 94th founding anniversary (February 3).
Bui Duc Hinh, Standing Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh Provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council, attended and handed over the badges to Party members.
Photo: Bui Duc Hinh, Standing Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh Provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council and leaders of the Party Committee of the Provincial Agencies’ Bloc present the 40-year Party membership badges to veteran Party members Nguyen Viet Trong and Nguyen Van Sam.
At the ceremony, the Organisation Board of the Party Committee of the Provincial Agencies’ Bloc announced a decision of the provincial Party Committee’s Standing Board on presenting the 40-year Party membership badges to Nguyen Viet Trong, former member of the provincial Party Committee and former Director of the provincial Department of Home Affairs; and Nguyen Van Sam, Vice President of the Hoa Binh Association of War Veterans, as well as the 30-year Party membership badges to Vu Chinh Vinh, Vice Chairman of the provincial Party Committee’s Board for Internal Affairs, and Tran Van Dung, Director of the provincial Civil Judgment Execution Department.
Addressing the event, Nguyen Duc Cuong, Secretary of the Party Committee of the Provincial Agencies’ Bloc congratulated the honoured Party members, underlining that this is a noble reward recognising the process of hard working and devotion of the Party members to the revolutionary cause.
He expressed his hope that the honoured Party members will continue to work hard and promote their roles as Party members, making contributions to the building of the pure and strong Party and political system, thus successfully implementing the resolution of the Party Congresses at all levels.
On behalf of the honoured Party members, Nguyen Viet Trong, former Director of the provincial Department of Home Affairs, expressed his honour to receive the badge, and pledged to continue to preserve evolutionary moral virtues, uphold the pioneering and exemplary role of Party members, and complete all assigned tasks.
Implementing documents on the Party building work, promoting the role of cadres and party members, improving the quality of Party cells' activities have helped to the Party Organisation of Hoa Son commune in Luong Son district to fulfil its political tasks, especially those relating to Party membership development, land management, site clearance, and socio-economic development, according to Dinh Thi Thuy Hoa, Secretary of the Hoa Son Commune Party Committee.
Hoa Binh city has directed the synchronous implementation of administrative reform, focusing on accelerating administrative reform serving people and organisations, building e-administration and digital administration towards developing Hoa Binh into a smart and modern city.
Deputy Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Bui Van Khanh and a delegation of the province on January 23 visited and extended Lunar New Year (Tet) greetings to a pre-revolution cadre and a hero of the People’s Armed Forces in districts of Tan Lac and Lac Son
Hoa Binh province held a conference on January 22 to announce the provincial Master Plan for the 2021 - 2030 period, with a vision to 2050. Tran Luu Quang, member of the Party Central Committee and Deputy Prime Minister, attended the event and handed over the PM’s decision on the Master Plan. The conference also saw the presence of Hau A Lenh, member of the Party Central Committee and Minister, Chairman of the Government’s Committee for Ethnic Minority Affairs.
Deputy Prime Minister Tran Luu Quang on January 22 presented Lunar New Year (Tet) gifts to policy beneficiaries, poor households, people from ethnic minority groups, reputable people, and workers in Hoa Binh province.
With six members, Hoa Binh province’s delegation of NA deputies has worked effectively, leaving good impressions at the legislature and on voters.