Directing and operating by the Government and Prime Minister in March 2022

The Government promulgates the Program on COVID-19 prevention and control; The Prime Minister urged the implementation of the Socio-Economic Development and Recovery Program; promulgating the national targets for new rural areas for the period of 2021 - 2025; ... are the guiding and operating information of the Government and the Prime Minister in March 2022.

The program on prevention and control of the COVID-19 epidemic sets goals on ensuring the coverage of the COVID-19 vaccine; All levels of government have scenarios for COVID-19 prevention and control.

Government promulgates program on prevention and control of COVID-19 

On March 17, 2022, the Government issued Resolution No.  38/NQ-CP  Program on COVID-19 prevention and control.

The program sets goals on ensuring coverage of COVID-19 vaccines; all levels of government have scenarios for COVID-19 prevention and control; reduce the death rate from COVID-19 / 1 million people to a level lower than the average of Asia... 

The program also sets out specific tasks and solutions on COVID-19 vaccine coverage, creating all the conditions to speed up the production, technology transfer and processing of drugs to treat COVID-19 in Vietnam. , ensuring human resources and regimes for people working in COVID-19 prevention and control, both to prevent and control the COVID-19 epidemic and to develop socio-economically...

Step by step "normalize" with the COVID-19 epidemic 

Notice  No.73/TB-VPCP  dated March 15, 2022 stated: In the coming time, the COVID-19 epidemic will continue to have complicated, unpredictable and unpredictable developments; Advantages and opportunities are less than difficulties and challenges, requiring branches and levels to continue to be vigilant, not to be negligent, to be subjective. The Prime Minister requested ministries, sectors and localities to always closely follow the situation and reality to proactively take appropriate measures to prevent and control the epidemic to ensure "safe adaptation, flexibility, and effective control of the COVID-19 epidemic." -19" in the spirit of Resolution No. 128/NQ-CP dated October 11, 2021 of the Government, gradually "normalizing" with the COVID-19 epidemic. 

Strengthen anti-smuggling of biological products and supplies for COVID-19 prevention and control

In Official Letter No. 1669/VPCP-VI dated March 17, 2022, Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh - Head of the National Steering Committee against Smuggling, Commercial Fraud and Counterfeit Goods (National Steering Committee 389) requested the Steering Committee 389 of the Ministries of Finance, Industry and Trade, Public Security, and National Defense to direct forces to strengthen inspection and examination, to organize the fight and to strictly handle acts of smuggling and fraud. commercial fraud and counterfeit goods, cases of speculation, hoarding, unreasonable and illegal price increases, ensuring strict quality control, price stability and supply for biological products , medical supplies and equipment (including COVID-19 test kits, SpO2 meters) and drugs for COVID-19 prevention and control in accordance with the Government's direction in the context of adapting to the new situation .

The Prime Minister directs to immediately reduce procedures for buying drugs to prevent and control COVID-19

In Document 1345/VPCP-KGVX dated March 2, 2022, the Prime Minister requested the Ministry of Health to issue a document to direct and guide the immediate reduction of administrative procedures related to the purchase of drugs to prevent and combat COVID-19. 19; strengthen the management of drug prices, strictly handle cases of drug speculation and smuggling according to regulations; create favorable conditions, do not let people struggle with too many procedures in accessing and buying drugs to treat COVID-19.

The Prime Minister urges the implementation of the Socio-Economic Recovery and Development Program 

On March 16, 2022, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh signed  Official Dispatch 252/CD-TTg  urging the drastic and effective implementation of the socio-economic recovery and development program.

The official dispatch requires ministers, heads of ministerial-level agencies, government-attached agencies, and chairmen of the People's Committees of provinces and centrally-run cities, according to their assigned functions, tasks and powers, to concentrate direct the synchronous, drastic and more effective implementation of tasks and solutions set out in Resolution No.  11/NQ-CP  dated January 30, 2022 on the Program and implementation of Resolution No.  43/2022 /QH15  of the National Assembly on fiscal and monetary policies to support the Program (Resolution No. 11/NQ-CP ), Dispatch No.  126/CD-TTg February 12, 2022; further step up the inspection, urging and evaluation; proactively and promptly handle arising problems according to their competence or report them to competent authorities as prescribed; identified this as a central political task, one of the important criteria for year-end evaluation and ranking for organizations and individuals, especially the head.

Sustainable socio-economic development in land border areas 

One of the goals of the Government's Resolution No.  23/NQ-CP  issued on March 2, 2022 on economic development in the land border area is the sustainable socio-economic development of the border area. associated with job creation, income increase; ensure social security, improve social welfare; sustainable poverty reduction, narrowing regional and regional disparities; markedly improve and raise the quality of life and health of the people.

5 cases where personal data is processed without the consent of the data subject

On March 7, 2022, the Government issued Resolution No.  27/NQ-CP  of the Government approving the dossier for the formulation of the Decree on protection of personal data.

Accordingly, the Government decided to agree to stipulate that personal data is processed without the consent of the data subject in the following 5 cases: 1. The processing is necessary to respond to an emergency situation. level that threatens the life, health or safety of the data subject or other individual. Data Controller, Data Processor, Data Controller and Processor, Third Party is responsible for proving this case. 2. The disclosure of personal data in accordance with the law. 3. The handling is necessary because of national defense and security requirements, and is carried out by competent authorities in accordance with other laws. 4. Competent state agencies investigate and handle law violations according to the provisions of law. 5. Personal data is processed by a competent state agency for the purpose of serving the operation of the state agency in accordance with the law.

Visa-free entry to Vietnam for citizens of 13 countries

The Government issued Resolution No.  32/NQ-CP  dated March 15, 2022 to exempt visas for citizens of 13 countries: the Federal Republic of Germany, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, and the United Kingdom. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Russian Federation, Japan, Republic of Korea, Kingdom of Denmark, Kingdom of Sweden, Kingdom of Norway, Republic of Finland and Republic of Belarus when entering Vietnam with a temporary period stay 15 days from the date of entry, regardless of passport type, entry purpose, on the basis of satisfying all conditions as prescribed by Vietnamese law.

The policy of visa exemption on entry to Vietnam for citizens of the above countries is implemented for a period of 3 years, from March 15, 2022 to the end of March 14, 2025 and will be considered for extension in accordance with law. provisions of Vietnamese law.

There has been no change in the management agency for driving training, testing, and licensing

At the Government's Resolution No.  37/NQ-CP  dated March 16, 2022 thematic session on law-making in March 2022, the Government requested the Ministry of Public Security and the Ministry of Transport to continue reviewing, agree on the scope of regulation of the project Law on Road Traffic Order and Safety and the Road Law, ensuring no overlap or duplication; there are no regulations on organizational apparatus in law projects; There has been no change in the management agency for driver training, testing and licensing.

Detailed regulations on compulsory insurance for third parties in construction

The Government issued Decree  20/2022/ND-CP  dated March 10, 2022 amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Government's Decree No.  119/2015/ND-CP  dated November 13, 2015 providing for security compulsory insurance in construction investment activities.

Decree 20/2022/ND-CP supplements regulations on buying compulsory insurance for civil liability (TNDS) for third parties. 

Specifically, on subjects who must buy compulsory insurance in construction investment activities, the Decree amends and supplements Clause 3, Article 4 as follows: Construction contractors must purchase compulsory insurance for their employees. construction on site and compulsory CIT insurance for third parties.

Revoke the License to import movies when the movie content violates the prohibition regulations

According to Decree No.  22/2022/ND-CP  dated March 25, 3022 amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Government's Decree No.  32/2012/ND-CP  dated April 12, 2012 on export management , importing cultural products for non-commercial purposes, the film import licensing agency revokes the film import license when detecting that the film's content violates the prohibition provisions in the Cinema Law.

Approving the list of 74 poor districts, 54 extremely difficult communes

Standing Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh signed Decision No.  353/QD-TTg dated  March 15, 2022 approving the list of 74 poor districts in 26 provinces and 54 communes with special difficulties in the lowlands, coastal areas and islands. belonging to 12 provinces in the period of 2021 - 2025.

The national set of criteria for new rural communes has 19 criteria

Promulgating the national targets for new rural areas in the period of 2021 - 2025 

* Standing Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh signed Decision 318/QD-TTg  on March 8, 2022, promulgating the National Criteria for New Rural Communes and the National Criteria for New Rural Communes to improve the social class. period 2021 - 2025.

In which, the national set of criteria for new rural communes has 19 criteria. Specifically, the planning group has 1 criterion (1- Planning); Socio-economic infrastructure group has 8 criteria (2- Transport; 3- Irrigation and natural disaster prevention and control; 4- Electricity; 5- Schools; 6- Physical and cultural facilities; 7- Infrastructure rural commercial infrastructure; 8- Information and communication; 9- Residential housing); group of Economy and production organization has 4 criteria (10- Income; 11- Multidimensional poverty; 12- Labor; 13- Organization of production and rural economic development); The group of Culture - Society - Environment has 6 criteria (14- Education and Training; 15- Health; 16- Culture; 17- Environment and food safety; 18- Political and marketing system access to the law; 19- National defense and security).

* Standing Deputy Prime Minister Pham Binh Minh signed Decision 319/QD-TTg dated 8/3/2022 stipulating new rural commune model model period 2021 - 2025.

* In Decision No.  320/QD-TTg  dated 8/3/2022 promulgating the national set of criteria for new rural districts; regulations on provincial-level towns and cities to complete the task of building new rural areas and the set of national criteria for enhanced new rural districts for the 2021-2025 period clearly states:

One of the criteria for a new rural district in the 2021-2025 period is that the satisfaction rate of people in the area with the results of the district's new rural construction reaches 90% or more (of which the satisfaction rate is high). of people in each commune for the results of implementation of each content of new rural construction reaching 80% or more).

* Decision 321/QD-TTg dated  March 8, 2022 of the Prime Minister, stipulating that provinces and centrally run cities complete the task of building new rural areas in the 2021-2025 period.

Accordingly, the conditions for the provinces and centrally-run cities to complete the task of building new rural areas are: at least 20% of the districts in the area will meet the new-advanced rural standards in the 2021-2025 period; at least 40% of communes in the area meet the new-advanced rural standards in the 2021 - 2025 period; Satisfaction index of people and organizations with the service of state administrative agencies under the management of provinces and centrally-run cities reached 90% or more...

By 2025, basically complete the rearrangement and transformation of ownership of state-owned enterprises

Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai signed Decision No.  360/QD-TTg dated  March 17, 2022 approving the project "Restructuring state-owned enterprises, focusing on economic groups and state-owned corporations in the period 2021-2025". The scheme sets specific targets by 2025, basically completing the rearrangement and transformation of ownership of state-owned enterprises. Ensure revenue from restructuring enterprises to pay the state budget in the period 2021-2025 at least 248,000 billion VND according to Resolution No. 23/2021/QH15 dated July 28, 2021 of the National Assembly on the national financial plan and borrow and pay public debt for 5 years for the period of 2021-2025.

Increase the level of student loans, students 

In Decision No.  5/2022/QD-TTg  amending and supplementing a number of articles of the Prime Minister's Decision No.  157/2007/QD-TTg dated  September 27, 2007 on credit for students. member, effective from May 19, 2022, increases the maximum loan amount for students from 2.5 million VND/month/student to 4 million VND/month/HSSV.

Approving the Financial Strategy to 2030: Reducing overspending, increasing national reserves

Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai signed Decision No.  368/QD-TTg  on March 21, 2022 approving the Financial Strategy to 2030.

In which, gradually reducing the state budget deficit; strictly manage public debt, ensure public debt safety and national financial security. Specifically, strive to increase revenue, save spending, reduce the state budget deficit to achieve the target of budget deficit in the National Financial Plan and borrow and repay public debt in the five years from 2021 to 2025 on average about 3 .7% GDP; by 2030 to about 3% of GDP. In case of major fluctuations or risks, the Ministry of Finance shall promptly report to the Government for submission to the National Assembly for consideration and decision.

In the period of 2021 - 2030, priority should be given to allocating the state budget to strengthen the national reserve potential, in line with the state budget's ability to be ready to respond quickly and effectively in unexpected situations. urgent and well fulfill the tasks assigned by the Government and the Prime Minister.

Building a national database on wealth and income control

Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai signed Decision No.  390/QD-TTg dated  March 28, 2022 approving the project "Building a national database on asset and income control".

Accordingly, building a national database on asset and income control in order to modernize and transform the control of assets and income, establishing information technology infrastructure, processes, regulations serving the systematization, updating, storage, safety protection and accurate, complete and timely provision of declarations, conclusions on asset verification, income and other relevant data. related to the control of assets and income in accordance with the law on anti-corruption and other relevant regulations to contribute to the prevention, detection and handling of corruption.

Housing rental support for employees

On March 28, 2022, Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai signed Decision No.  08/2022/QD-TTg  stipulating the implementation of the rent support policy for employees. Accordingly, two subjects will receive support, namely employees working in enterprises and employees returning to the labor market, at the rate of 500,000 VND/person/month and 1,000,000 VND/person/month. .

Promote the review of mechanisms and policies and complete the legal framework related to handling violations in the field of securities and the securities market.

Closely monitor financial, currency and securities markets

On March 30, 2022, on behalf of the Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai directed the implementation of measures to ensure the stock market operates stably, safely, smoothly, openly and transparently. , Sustainable Development.

Accordingly, the Deputy Prime Minister asked the Minister of Finance and the Governor of the State Bank of Vietnam to direct functional agencies and units to closely monitor and supervise developments in the financial, monetary, and financial markets. domestic and international stock markets in order to take the initiative in implementing measures to regulate the financial, monetary, credit and securities markets, according to their competence, to operate stably and safely. , clearly.

The Minister of Finance and Chairman of the State Securities Commission shall direct functional agencies and units to actively monitor and closely monitor developments in the domestic and international stock market, capital outflows and capital flows. and enter the market to proactively have solutions to manage and supervise the stock market in an appropriate, timely and close manner to the situation, ensuring the safety, transparency and stability of the stock market, avoiding any risks. risk, loss of safety. Proactively disclose information and implement solutions to stabilize investor sentiment at home and abroad, and protect investors' legitimate interests.

Promote the review of mechanisms and policies and improve the legal framework related to handling violations in the securities and securities market sectors in order to have strong sanctions and effective deterrence and protection. ensure transparency and soundness of the stock market.

Strengthen supervision of the implementation of price declaration, listing and publicizing information on prices

In Notice No.  65/TB-VPCP  dated March 2, 2022, Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai requested relevant authorities to flexibly and effectively use tools and measures to regulate prices according to regulations. of the law on prices to control and stabilize the market; strengthen the effective implementation and supervision of the implementation of price declaration and price listing measures; publicize information on prices; organize the inspection and examination of the observance of the law on prices, and strictly handle violations of the law on prices. 

Managing petrol and oil prices in line with world market prices 

In Official Letter No. 1808/VPCP-KTTH dated March 23, 2022, Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai requested the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Ministry of Finance to closely coordinate in directing and administering petrol and oil prices; ensure that domestic petrol and oil prices reflect and closely follow developments in world prices of petroleum products.

Striving to raise the national credit rating to Investment level

Deputy Prime Minister Le Minh Khai has just signed Decision No. 412/QD-TTg dated March 31, 2022 approving the "Project on improving the national credit rating to 2030" with the goal of striving to 2030, Vietnam is a developing country with modern industry and high middle income; improving Vietnam's position and reputation in the international arena, creating favorable conditions for raising the national credit rating to Investment level, contributing to reducing capital mobilization costs, reducing national credit risk...

The Ministry of Information and Communications is assigned to assume the prime responsibility for promoting the development of the digital economy and digital society

On March 31, 2022, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam signed and promulgated Decision No. 411/QD-TTg approving the National Strategy for development of the digital economy and digital society to 2025, with orientation to 2030.

The strategy identifies institutions, infrastructure, human resources, people and businesses that play an important role for the development of the digital economy and digital society. The strategy sets out 17 groups of tasks and 08 groups of solutions to bring digital technology and digital data to penetrate naturally by default into all aspects of business production and business of enterprises and people's lives.

The Ministry of Information and Communications is assigned to assume the prime responsibility for promoting the development of the digital economy and digital society; guide and urge ministries, branches and localities to organize the implementation of the Strategy and annually summarize and report to the Prime Minister on the implementation situation.

Replication of learning models in families, clans and communities 

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam signed Decision No.  387/QD-TTg dated  March 25, 2022 approving the program "Promoting lifelong learning movement in families, clans, communities and units in the period 2021 - 2030”. 

The specific target of the Program by 2025 is that 70% of families will be recognized with the title of "Study family", 65% of the family line will be recognized with the title of "Study family"; 65% of communities (villages, neighborhood groups and the like) are recognized with the title of “Learning Community”; 80% of organizations, agencies, schools, enterprises, and production facilities in the commune-level area are recognized with the title of "learning unit"...

Accelerate tourism recovery to adapt to the new situation

In Document  1560/VPCP-KGVX  dated March 12, 2022, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam requested the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism to actively develop plans and organize the implementation of tasks and solutions. measures to accelerate tourism recovery to adapt to the new situation; urgently implement effective solutions to reopen tourism activities under new normal conditions, in the spirit of "flexibly adapting, safely, effectively controlling the COVID-19 epidemic".

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