Criteria for selecting reputable people among ethnic minorities as of January 15, 2024 in Vietnam

Criteria for selecting reputable people among ethnic minorities as of January 15, 2024 in Vietnam
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What are the criteria for selecting reputable people among ethnic minorities as of January 15, 2024 in Vietnam? – Minh Tuan (Gia Lai)

Criteria for selecting reputable people among ethnic minorities as of January 15, 2024 in Vietnam

Criteria for selecting reputable people among ethnic minorities as of January 15, 2024 in Vietnam (Internet image) 

Regarding this issue, LawNet would like to answer as follows:

On November 23, 2023, the Prime Minister issued Decision 28/2023/QD-TTg, amending and supplementing a number of articles of Decision 12/2018/QD-TTg on criteria for selecting and recognizing reputable people and policies for reputable people among ethnic minorities.

Criteria for selecting reputable people among ethnic minorities as of January 15, 2024 in Vietnam

Specifically, the criteria for selecting reputable people among ethnic minorities from January 15, 2024 include:

- Be a Vietnamese citizen, regardless of ethnicity, legally residing in Vietnam;

- You and your family are exemplary in complying with the Party's policies and guidelines, the State's policies and laws, and local regulations;

- Being a typical person with many meritorious contributions, contributing to patriotic emulation movements, hunger eradication and poverty reduction, protecting security and order, preserving cultural identity, and uniting ethnic groups;

- Understanding of traditional culture, ethnic customs, and practices; having close connections and influence within family lines, ethnic groups, and residential communities;

- Ability to propagate, mobilize, capture, process information, and gather ethnic minorities within a certain range through words, deeds, and behavior; be trusted, listened to, and followed by people in the community.

(Currently, this criterion is specified as follows: have the ability to gather and gather ethnic minorities within a certain area through words and deeds, and be trusted, trusted, listened to, and followed by people in the community.)

Selection of reputable people among ethnic minorities in Vietnam (Latest)

Currently, according to Clause 2, Article 4 of Decision 12/2018/QD-TTg, the subjects selected for reputable people among ethnic minorities include:

- Officials, civil servants, public employees, and armed forces, according to current law provisions, with a long working history and contributions to the people and country, have retired from work;

- Village elders, village heads, clan heads, or people often invited by ethnic minorities to perform worship rituals for the family, clan, and village;

- Dignitaries and officials in religions in ethnic minority areas (Buddhism, Islam, Protestantism, Catholicism,...);

- Celebrities, intellectuals, businessmen, teachers, good medical practitioners, or people with economic conditions often help and are trusted by their fellow citizens.

However, according to Decision 28/2023/QD-TTg, the candidates for choosing reputable people among ethnic minorities only need to be Vietnamese citizens, residing in villages according to regulations, and meeting the criteria stated above.

Procedures for recognizing reputable people among ethnic minorities in Vietnam (Latest)

Specifically, Clause 1, Article 6 of Decision 12/2018/QD-TTg (amended in Decision 28/2023/QD-TTg) stipulates the procedures for recognizing reputable people among ethnic minorities as follows:

- The village head organizes a village meeting (with the participation of at least 2/3 of the households in the village) to disseminate policy content, criteria, conditions, quantity and nominate a list of reputable people (according to Form No. 01 of the Appendix issued with Decision 12/2018/QD-TTg) sent to the Head of the Village Front Working Committee;

- The Head of the Village Front Working Committee organizes a joint meeting (with the participation of representatives of the Party Committee, the government, the Front Working Committee, mass organizations, and representatives of households in the village) and prepares a written request with the minutes of the village joint meeting (according to Form No. 02 of the Appendix issued with Decision 12/2018/QD-TTg) to the commune-level People's Committee;

- Within 05 working days from the date of receiving the written request from the village, the Commune People's Committee synthesizes, inspects, and prepares a written request accompanied by an inspection record (according to Form No. 03 of the Appendix issued with Decision 12/2018/QD-TTg) sent to the District People's Committee;

- Within 05 working days from the date of receiving the complete written request and inspection records from the communes, the district People's Committee shall synthesize, check and prepare documents (01 set includes: written request enclosed with a summary of the list of requests for recognition of reputable people according to Form No. 04 of the Appendix issued with Decision 12/2018/QD-TTg) request opinions from the Provincial Ethnic Affairs Agency;

- Within 05 working days from the date of receiving complete documents from the districts, the Provincial Ethnic Affairs Agency presides over and coordinates with relevant agencies to inspect, review, and send documents to the District People's Committee.

- No later than 10 working days from the date of written agreement from the Provincial Ethnic Affairs Agency, the Chairman of the District People's Committee decides to recognize reputable people in the district (list according to Form No. 08 of the Appendix issued with Decision 28/2023/QD-TTg) and report to the Provincial People's Committee (through the Provincial Ethnic Affairs Agency) on implementation results for monitoring and direction.

More details can be found in Decision 28/2023/QD-TTg, taking effect on January 15, 2024.

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