The event was co-chaired by Politburo member, Head of the Party Central Committee (PCC)’ Commission for Mass Mobilization, Head of the Central Steering Committee Truong Thi Mai; and Politburo member and Secretary of Hanoi Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue.
In attendance were PCC members: Vice Head of the PCC’s Organization Commission Ha Ban, Vice Head of the PCC’s Mass Mobilization Commission Dieu K’Re, Deputy Minister of Public Security Tran Quoc To, Permanent Deputy Secretary of Hanoi Party Committee Ngo Thi Thanh Hang, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung, and Deputy Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Dao Duc Toan.
According to a report represented by Head of the municipal Mass Mobilization Commission Nguyen Thi Tuyen, Hanoi has been well aware of the role of mass mobilization work in consolidating the relations between the Party, State and people.
When Decision 290 was issued by the Politburo, the municipal authorities promptly devised guiding documents on mass mobilization so as to effectively realize the Politburo’s decision.
After the ten-year execution of the decision, the mass mobilization work has seen positive changes in working approach. Local authorities, armed forces and judicial bodies have strengthened the task, with the focus on administrative reform to create favorable conditions for citizens and businesses as well as to improve the quality of public services.
Hanoi has also attached importance to implementing democratic regulations at grassroots level, helping to promote the entire political system’s strength in fulfilling local political missions, especially during the building of new style rural areas. To date, six districts and 356 of the city’s 386 communes (or 96%) have fulfilled all the criteria.
Besides, Fatherland Front Committees, political - social organizations have made changes in operation, especially in social supervision and criticism. Since 2013, more than 2,200 meetings and dialogues with citizens have been held to listen to their concerns.
Addressing the meeting, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung said that thanks to effective implementation of mass mobilization, Hanoi has drawn the participation of the whole political system in realizing its missions, particularly in poverty reduction and social security.
The poverty rate dropped from 17% in 2009 to 0.42% in 2019, he stressed, noting that the city strives to have no poor households by the year’s end.
According to Dao Duc Toan, Deputy Secretary of the municipal Party Committee, Hanoi has focused on enhancing the efficiency of citizen reception and dealing with complaints and denunciations.
Permanent Deputy Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Ngo Thi Thanh Hang highlighted five good performances in mass mobilization which are the methodical, serious and innovative mass mobilization work, the enhancement of grassroots democracy, the promotion of social criticism, among others.
Highly speaking of the achievements, Secretary of Hanoi Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue praised the local authorities for their attention to building the contingent of cadres working in mass mobilization at all levels.
Making conclusion at the meeting, Head of the Central Commission for Mass Mobilization Truong Thi Mai appreciated Hanoi’s leadership and direction in realizing the Party’s guidelines and resolutions.
Hanoi’s Party organization has laid solid foundation in the Party building and created the consensus among people, contributing to consolidating the national unity bloc as well as people’s trust in the Party, she added.
Head of the Central Commission for Mass Mobilization Truong Thi Mai makes conclusion at the meeting.
Concerning four key contents in the following years, Mai urged the city to continue better implementing Decision 290 in association with the Party’s guiding documents on mass mobilization.
She asked for more efforts to build a strong and transparent Party organization, promote the exemplary role of cadres and Party member, settle concerned issues and bring into play the role and responsibility of the whole political system in mass mobilization work.