15th-tenure Government has 27 members

With 95.99 percent of yes votes, the 15th National Assembly (NA) on July 28 adopted a resolution on the organisational structure and number of members of the Government, under which the Government in the 2021-2026 tenure will have 27 members.
15th-tenure Government has 27 members hinh anh 1With 95.99 percent of yes votes, the 15th National Assembly on July 28 adopted a resolution on the organisational structure and number of members of the Government (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – With 95.99 percent of yes votes, the 15th National Assembly (NA) on July 28 adopted a resolution on the organisational structure and number of members of the Government, under which the Government in the 2021-2026 tenure will have 27 members.

According to the resolution, the 15th-tenure Government will have one Prime Minister, four Deputy Prime Ministers, 18 ministers, four heads of ministerial-level agencies, the Government Inspector General, and the Minister-Chairman of the Government Office.

Also on July 28 morning, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh presented a proposal on the appointment of Deputy Prime Ministers, ministers, and heads of ministerial-level agencies. The NA will vote on the proposal and a resolution on the appointment of Deputy Prime Ministers, ministers, and heads of ministerial-level agencies.

The 15th NA’s first plenary session is scheduled to conclude the same day./.

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