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On the afternoon of November 11, the National Assembly of Vietnam officially voted to approve the state budget estimate for 2023, with nearly 91% of the delegates approving.
Thus, some typical contents approved are:
- The National Assembly has agreed to increase the base salary for civil servants and public employees from 1.49 million dong a month to 1.8 million dong a month as of July 1, 2023. Thus, the base salary in Vietnam from July next year on will increase by 20.8% compared to the current base salary.
- Pensions, social insurance benefits, and people who retired before 1995 also increased by 12.5%;
- A 20.8% increase in spending on social security policies related to the base salary;
- Increase occupational incentive allowances for preventive medicine and grassroots health workers from January 1, 2023.
- Agencies and units that are implementing specific income and financial mechanisms at the Central Government... will continue to implement specific financial and income mechanisms until the overall reform of salary policy is implemented according to Resolution 27-NQ/TW dated May 21, 2018.
Thus, this is the highest increase since the previous increase three years ago.
According to the provisions of Article 2 of Decree 38/2019/ND-CP, the subjects who will receive a salary increase include:
- Cadres and civil servants from central to district level are specified in Clauses 1 and 2 and Article 4 of the Law on Cadres and Civil Servants 2008.
- Commune-level cadres and civil servants are specified in Clause 3 and Article 4 of the Law on Cadres and Civil Servants 2008.
- Public employees in non-business units as defined by the Law on Public Employees Law 2010.
- Persons working under the salary-based labor contract regime according to Decree 204/2004/ND-CP on the salary regime for cadres, civil servants, public employees, and the armed forces, including: persons working under the labor contract regime in agencies and units of the Party, the State, and socio-political organizations specified in Decree 68/2000/ND-CP on the implementation of the one-to-one contract number of jobs in state administrative agencies and non-business units; and Decree 161/2018/ND-CP amending regulations on recruitment of civil servants and public employees, promotion of civil servant ranks, promotion of public employees, and implementation of the contract regime for a number of jobs in state administrative agencies and non-business units
- People working in the staff quota in associations are supported by the state budget for operating expenses specified in Decree 45/2010/ND-CP on the organization, operation, and management of associations.
- Officers, professional soldiers, non-commissioned officers, soldiers and workers, defense officers, contract workers of the Vietnam People's Army
- Officers, salaried non-commissioned officers, non-commissioned officers, conscripts, public security workers, and contract workers of the People's Police
- People working in cipher organizations
- Part-time workers at communes, villages, and residential groups