During the first six months of 2020, the Committee has actively supported Hanoi’s leaders in establishing and implementing the regulation of grassroots democracy, including the mobilization of the entire political system into the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
Despite facing severe consequences from the pandemic, Hanoi has been among pioneer cities in pushing for economic recovery.
Moreover, Hanoi has ensured efficiency in providing financial support for people affected by the pandemic, with 99.97% of the affected population receiving the aids.
Hanoi has also promoted grassroots democracy in streamlining the administrative units at commune and village levels. As a result, Hanoi has reduced five wards and villages, while maintaining unity among public officials and enhancing the efficiency in operation of grassroots administrative units.
Party Committees at various levels have also pushed for administrative reform and addressed pending issues and concern from the citizens.
Head of the Hanoi Party Committee’s Mass Mobilization Commission Nguyen Thi Tuyen said in the remaining six months of the year, Hanoi would continue to promote grassroots democracy in the process of implementing two codes of conduct in public places.
Tuyen suggested the city should realize the role of Vietnam Fatherland Front, as well as political-socio organizations in monitoring and supporting the Party building and operation of the government.
Hanoi would continue to pursue the dual target of both containing the pandemic and boosting economic growth, while sticking to the economic growth target at 1.3 times higher than the national average.