Top legislator urges Gia Lai to accelerate administrative reform

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(VOVWORLD) - National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue asked the Central Highlands province of Gia Lai to speed up administrative reform and improve the investment environment right in early 2024 while holding a working session with the provincial Party Committee's Standing Board on Friday.
Top legislator urges Gia Lai to accelerate administrative reform - ảnh 1National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue (C, front row) and members of the Gia Lai provincial Party Committee's Standing Board (Photo: VNA)
Highlighting Gia Lai's potential and advantages, the top legislator said the local authorities should focus on developing connectivity infrastructure in the province and the region, and ensure the harmony and synchronization between economic growth and culture and social development, as well as sustainable exploitation of resources, especially forest resources.
He requested the Party Organization and administration of Gia Lai to continue promoting the spirit of solidarity, democracy, innovation, and creativity, thus successfully implementing the province's political tasks.
Chairman Hue urged Gia Lai to urgently outline and effectively deploy plans for implementing the province's approved Master Plan, contributing to the effective implementation of Resolution No. 23 of the Politburo on orientations for socio-economic development and defense - security safeguarding in the Central Highlands until 2030, with a vision to 2045.
The province should also pay attention to comprehensively developing and improving the quality of education and  training, promoting the application of science - technology, awaking potential and strengths for eco-tourism and agricultural tourism development, and preserving and upholding traditional and unique cultural values, he said.
The top legislator expressed his belief that Gia Lai will develop quickly, effectively and sustainably, realizing its goal of becoming a centre of the Northern Central Highlands region and the Vietnam - Laos - Cambodia Development Triangle by 2030, and a "Plateau of ecology, sports and health" and an unique ecological destination by 2050.