Party Central Committee scrutinises socio-economic development plans

The fourth plenum of the 13th Party Central Committee entered the second working day in Hanoi on October 5.
Party Central Committee scrutinises socio-economic development plans hinh anh 1At the meeting (Photo: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – The fourth plenum of the 13th Party Central Committee entered the second working day in Hanoi on October 5.

At the plenary session chaired by Politburo member and Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh in the morning, delegates discussed a report reviewing the implementation of the 2021 socio-economic development plan, the draft scheme on 2022 socio-economic development, the State budget 2021 and State budget estimate 2022, and the 2022-2024 financial-budget plan.

They also looked into the delay of salary reform policy in accordance with Resolution No.27-NQ/TW adopted by the seventh plenum of the 12th Party Central Committee, a report on COVID-19 prevention and control, as well as policies, tasks and measures in the near future.

In the afternoon, they debated in groups a report on the five-year implementation of the 12th Party Central Committee’s Resolution No.04-NQ/TW dated October 30, 2016 on strengthening Party building and rectification, preventing and driving back degradation in political thought, morality and lifestyle, manifestations of “self-evolution” and “self-transformation” among members, as well as regulations on taboos by Party members./.

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