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People’s Committee of Lam Dong Province

I. Address:

Address: 04 Tran Hung Dao Street - Da Lat City - Lam Dong Province.

Tel: (84.63).3822307

Fax: (84.63).3821138

Email: ubnd@lamdong.gov.vn

Website : http://ubnd.lamdong.gov.vn

II. People’s Committee of Lam Dong Province (2011 - 2016)

1. Mr. Nguyen Xuan Tien

2. Mr. Doan Van Viet

3. Mr. Nguyen Van Yen

4. Mr. Pham S

5. Mr. Tran Ngoc Liem

6. Mr. Nguyen Duc Hiep

7. Mr. Truong Van Dung

8. Mr. Nguyen Van Hung

9. Mr. Phan Van Da

10. Mr. Phung Khac Dong

Chairman

Vice Chairman

Vice Chairman

Vice Chairman

Vice Chairman

Member of the People’s Committee

Member of the People’s Committee

Member of the People’s Committee

Member of the People’s Committee

Member of the People’s Committee

III. Introduction

1. The People’s Committee of Lam Dong Province (hereinafter referred as PPC) is the executive agency of the Provincial People’s Council and the State administrative agency at local level. It is responsible for executing and carrying out State management at local level in accordance with the Constitution, law and documents of State agencies at higher levels and resolutions of the Provincial People’s Council.

2. PPC is organised and operates under the principle of democratic centralism with collective leadership and each individuals being charged of each working aspect in implementation of assigned duties.

3. In its operation, PPC coordinates closely with the Provincial Committee of Viet Nam Fatherland Front, public unions and other social organisations in taking care of and protecting benefits of the local people, and in mobilising the local people to participate in State management and implement duties of citizenship.

IV. Regulations on Working Relationships of Lam Dong People’s Committee

1. Working policy of the Provincial People’s Committee.

PPC is composed of nine members, including one Chairman, three Vice Chairpersons and five members.

PPC works under the principle of collective leadership to ensure the integrated management of PPC and the management of PPC Chairman. Chairman is the head of PPC who is charged of overall leadership and takes responsibility before the Provincial People’s Council and the Central Government. Other members of PPC take personal responsibility for their own tasks before the Provincial People’s Council, PPC and PPC Chairman. PPC members take part in collective discussions and make decisions by majority on issues within the duties and rights of people’s committees at provincial level as regulated in Articles 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, and 96 of Chapter IV, Law on the Organisation of People’s Council and People’s Committees dated 26 November 2003.

PPC meets at least once per month. PPC’s decisions must be approved by more than a half of PPC’s members.

PPC members take part in collective discussions and decide by majority on the following issues:

- The province’s socio-economic development plans, budget estimate, annual budget accounts and reserve funds that will be submitted for the decision of the Provincial People’s Council.

- Plans for investing in major construction projects in the province that will be submitted for the decision of the Provincial People’s Council.

- Plans for mobilising human and financial resources to deal with the province’s urgent issues that will be submitted for the decision of the Provincial People’s Council.

- Schemes for establishing, incorporating and dissolving specialised agencies and State-owned enterprises; organisation options of personnel under the PPC’s management; and the demarcation and modification of the boundaries of local administrative divisions.

2. Duties and rights of PPC Chairman.

PPC Chairman leads and runs the operation of PPC and has duties and rights as stipulated in Article 127 of Law on the Organisation of People’s Councils and People’s Committees dated 26 November 2003 as follows.

- To lead the operation of PPC, other members of PPC, and specialised agencies of PPC. To decide on issues within the duties and rights of PPC excepts for the issues regulated in Article 124 of Law on the Organisation of People’s Councils and People’s Committees dated 26 November 2003. PPC must conduct collective discussions and make decisions by majority.

- To supervise, speed up and inspect specialised agencies under PPC and people’s committees at lower levels during their implementation of the Constitution, law, documents of State agencies at higher levels, resolutions of the Provincial People’s Council, and decisions and instructions of PPC.

- To apply measures for innovating administrative procedures and ways of working; to manage and run effectively PPC’s mechanism. To prevent and resolutely fight red tape, imperious attitudes, abuse of rights, corruption, waste and other negative actions at governmental agencies, of governmental officials and in governmental mechanisms at all levels.

- To ratify results of electing members of people’s committees of districts and cities (hereinafter referred as district people’s committees). To transfer, suspend, exonerate and dismiss chairpersons and vice chairpersons of district people’s committees; To ratify the suspension and exoneration of other members of district people’s committees. To appoint, exonerate, transfer, dismiss, reward and punish governmental officials as authorised.

- To convene and chair monthly, quarterly and annual working sessions of PPC; weekly review meetings and daily idea exchanges with Vice Chairpersons.

- To meet with the people, to consider and solve recommendations, complaints and accusations of citizens as regulated by law.

- To postpone the implementation or to abrogate wrong documents of specialised agencies under PPC.

- To postpone the implementation of illegal resolutions of district people’s councils and ask for the abrogation of the Provincial People’s Council.

- To direct the application of measures for dealing with urgent and unplanned tasks in preventing and fighting natural disasters, fire, explosions and epidemics, and in protecting security and order. Those actions will be reported to PPC in its latest session.

- To issue decisions and instructions to realise Chairman’s duties and rights.

3. Working relationships between PPC Chairman and PPC Vice Chairpersons and members

PPC Chairman and Vice Chairpersons are charged of working aspects as stipulated in Decree No.107/2004/ND-CP dated 1 April 2004 of the Government. PPC Chairman assigns tasks to Vice Chairpersons and other members of PPC.

PPC members are assigned to be charged of the following working aspects.

a. PPC Chairman: To conduct overall leadership. To directly monitor mechanism organisation and personnel, security and national defense, internal politics, planning and investment, budgeting; medium and long-term plans, religions, corruption prevention and fighting, administrative reform, foreign affairs, emulation and reward, and punishment. To approve investment intentions, and to grant investment certificates or decisions for projects listed in Group A. To concurrently hold some positions in provincial steering boards or specialised councils as decided by PPC Chairman.

To be in charge of and supervise the following departments and agencies: Department of Planning and Investment, Provincial Inspectorate, Department of Home Affairs, Pubic Security, People’s Procuratorate, People’s Court, Department of Justice, Military Command, Investment-Trade-Tourism Promotion Centre, Traffic Safety Board, Corruption Prevention and Fighting Steering Board, Legal Consulting Council.

To monitor and give direction to areas of Da Lat city, Bao Loc city and Don Duong district.

b. Vice Chairpersons: Vice Chairpersons assist Chairman and implement tasks as assigned by Chairman.

- Permanent Vice Chairperson: To monitor agriculture and rural development; ethnic affairs; natural resources and environment; industry and trade; electricity; construction; transportation; solution of complaints and accusations; food and storm prevention and fighting, rescue and relief; water supply and drainage; investment, fundamental construction, compensation and site clearance for programs and projects belonging to the above-mentioned working aspects (including capital from the budget, outside the budget and foreign-invested capital); site clearance and compensation policies and tasks; general affairs of PPC. To concurrently hold some positions in provincial steering boards or specialised councils as decided by PPC Chairman.

To be in charge of and supervise the following departments and agencies: People’s Committee Office, Statistics Office, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Department of Industry and Trade, Department of Construction, Department of Transport, Electricity of Lam Dong, Board of Ethnic Affairs, Industrial Zones Authority, Land Fund Development Centre, Managing Board of Biduop - Nui Ba National Park, Flood - Storm Prevention and Fighting and Rescue - Relief Steering Board, Forest Protection and Forest Fire Prevention and Fighting Steering Board, Permanent Vice Chairperson of Legal Consulting Council.

To monitor and give direction to areas of Cat Tien, Da Teh and Da Huoai.

- Vice Chairperson in charge of culture, sports and tourism, labour, war invalids and social affairs, health care, education and training, media, radio and television, information and communications, science and technology; investment, fundamental construction, compensation and site clearance for programs and projects belonging to the above-mentioned working aspects (including capital from the budget, outside the budget and foreign-invested capital). To concurrently hold some positions in provincial steering boards or specialised councils as decided by PPC Chairman.

To be in charge of and supervise the following departments and agencies: Department of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs, Department of Education and Training, Department of Health Care, Department of Culture - Sports - Tourism, Department of Information and Communications, Department of Science and Technology, Radio and Television Station, Social Insurance, Red Cross Association, Managing Board for Cultural and Sports Zone Investment and Construction Project, Managing Board of Tuyen Lam Lake Tourist Zone, Military Education Council.

To monitor and give direction to areas of Di Linh, Bao Lam and Dam Rong.

- Vice Chairperson in charge of finance, tax, treasury, banking, customs, collective economy, private economy, innovation and development of enterprises; investment, fundamental construction, compensation and site clearance for programs and projects belonging to the above-mentioned working aspects (including capital from the budget, outside the budget and foreign-invested capital). To monitor policies and general affairs relating to investment from sources outside the State budget, ODA and FDI. To concurrently hold some positions in provincial steering boards or specialised councils as decided by PPC Chairman.

To be in charge of and supervise the following departments and agencies: Department of Finance, Tax Office, State Treasury, State Bank - Lam Dong Branch, Development Bank - Lam Dong Branch, Social Policy Bank - Lam Dong Branch, commercial banks, Da Lat Customs Office, Enterprise Innovation and Development Steering Board, Provincial Cooperative Alliance.

To monitor and give direction to areas of Duc Trong, Lac Duong and Lam Ha.

c. Members of PPC:

- One member who is in charge of Public Security and coordinates in monitoring areas of Da Lat city, Bao Loc city and Don Duong district.

- One member who is in charge of military affairs and coordinates in monitoring areas of Dam Rong, Di Linh and Bao Lam districts.

- One member who is in charge of internal affairs and coordinates in monitoring areas of Lac Duong, Duc Trong and Lam Ha districts.

- One member who is in charge of Department of Planning and Investment and coordinates in monitoring areas of Da Hoai, Da Teh and Cat Tien districts.

- One member who is in charge of PPC Office and coordinates with Provincial Party Committee Office, Office of National Assembly Delegation of Lam Dong and Provincial People’s Council.

- Based on practical situation and concrete requirements of tasks, the assignment of members of PPC is subject to change to meet new requirements.

d. Within their assigned work, Vice Chairpersons have the following concrete duties and rights:

- Vice Chairpersons are assigned to be charged of each aspect and act on behalf of Chairman in supervising, speeding up and checking the operation of departments, agencies, and people’s committees at district and commune level; To direct the implementation of resolutions and decrees of the Government, decisions and instructions of the Prime Minister, instructions and circulars of ministries and Government agencies and of PPC and PPC Chairman.

- To act on behalf of Chairman in authorised aspects to decide on and deal with daily issues and work within the assigned authority. After those work are solved, Vice Chairpersons must report directly or in document to Chairman. Issues under the authority of PPC Chairman and still waiting for a collective decision of PPC must be reported to the Chairman before being solved.

- Vice Chairpersons proactively solve their assigned work. If there is any work that is relevant to aspects being charged of by another Vice Chairperson, Vice Chairpersons proactively coordinate with each other for solution.

- To consider projects, drafts and resolutions before submitting them to PPC Chairman or the Provincial People’s Council.

- In the absence of Chairman, one Vice Chairperson will be authorised by Chairman to run the operation of PPC.

- PPC Chairman takes responsibility for decisions made by Vice Chairpersons relating to their implementation of duties assigned by Chairman.

- Vice Chairpersons take responsibility before Chairman for decisions signed by them within their assigned working aspects and duties.

- Chairman and Vice Chairpersons conduct daily idea exchange with leaders of PPC Office to deal with information and work.

e. Other members of PPC act as members of PPC when they take part in collective decision making of PPC. These members are subject to the direction of PPC Chairman and Vice Chairpersons. Members of PPC who are concurrently directors of departments or hold equivalent positions work in line with relationship policy between PPC and department directors, and also work as members of PPC.

f. Chief of PPC Office is a member of PPC who is responsible for:

- Assisting PPC Chairman and Vice Chairpersons in mastering operational situation of PPC, PPC members and agencies at all levels.

- Preparing and submitting PPC’s working programs for PPC’s approval.

- Validating projects or documents to ensure administrative terms and conditions before submitting for the approval of Chairman or PPC.

- Maintaining integrated management of the issuing of PPC’s documents.

- Organising the publicity and explanation (once being authorised) and checking the implementation of legal documents issued by the Government, Prime Minister and PPC.

- Dealing with concrete work as authorised by PPC Chairman.

- Assisting PPC in coordinating and organising working relationships with agencies of the Party, People’s Council, Viet Nam Fatherland Front and provincial unions.

4. Relationships between PPC and Party Committee, Standing Commission of Party Committee and permanent members of Party Committee.

- To ensure the leadership of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman and Vice Chairpersons of PPC meet periodically with permanent members of the Provincial Party Committee (in accordance with working regulation of the Provincial Party Executive Committee and work assignment in the Standing Commission and permanent members of the Provincial Party Committee). PPC and PPC Chairman manage issues under concrete functions and authority of PPC as regulated by law.

- For major projects, important guidelines and policies, issues relating to mechanism organisation and personnel that are under the management of the Provincial Party Committee and subject to be submitted for the decisions of the Provincial People’s Council or State agencies at higher levels, PPC assigns members to prepare for reporting to permanent members and Standing Commission of Provincial Party Committee.

5. Relationship between PPC and permanent members of Provincial People’s Council

The relationship between PPC and the Provincial People’s Council, permanent members and boards of Provincial People’s Council is maintained as stipulated in Chapter II, Law on the Organisation of People’s Councils and People’s Committees dated 26 November 2003 as follows.

- PPC coordinates with the Provincial People’s Council to prepare for sessions of Provincial People's Council.

- PPC prepares reports, recommending documents and draft programs.

- PPC coordinates with permanent members of Provincial People's Council in deciding on whether to ask electors about the exoneration of Provincial People's Council members following the proposal of Standing Board of Provincial Committee of Viet Nam Fatherland Front.

- PPC provides permanent members, boards and members of the Provincial People's Council with necessary documents relating to the duties and contents of sessions of Provincial People's Council; coordinating with boards of Provincial People's Council in preparing programs; and receiving, studying and executing recommendations of boards and members of Provincial People's Council.

- PPC invites representatives of permanents members and heads of boards of Provincial People's Council to participate in PPC’s meetings on related issues.

- PPC frequently and proactively maintain the relationship with permanent members of Provincial People's Council, informing permanent members of Provincial People's Council of decisions and instructions of PPC for the supervision of those members as regulated by law.

6. Relationship between PPC and State agencies at higher levels.

- PPC is subject to the comprehensive leadership of the Government and the Prime Minister. It is responsible for organising the implementation of resolutions, decrees, decisions and instructions of the Government and Prime Minister, and instructions, decisions and circulars of ministries and agencies. PPC makes periodical reports to the Government and ask for the Government’s direction in dealing with the province’s important issues. PPC is subject to the inspection of the Government in all aspects of the province’s State management.

- PPC works under the supervision and receive ideas of the National Assembly Delegation of Lam Dong during its execution of State law.

- PPC creates favourable conditions for members of the Government, ministries, ministry-level agencies, Government agencies who go on business in the province to implement their planned work and programs.

7. Relationship between PPC and sepcialised agencies under PPC and people’s committees of provincially governed districts and cities.

- The positions, functions and duties of specialised agencies under PPC are defined as stipulated in Articles 128, 129 and 130 of Law on the Organisation of People’s Councils and People’s Committees dated 26 November 2003 as follows:

- Departments and agencies are specialised units under PPC which make recommendations to PPC to implement State management in specialised sectors in the province. Those agencies are subject to the professional instruction and direction of ministries and ministry-level agencies.

People’s committees of districts and cities are State administrative agencies which carry out State management in each region to ensure the integrated management in State administrative mechanism from provincial to grassroots levels.

- Directors of departments and agencies under PPC take responsibility before PPC and assist PPC in carrying out State management in the province in each professional sector that those departments and agencies are in charge of. During the solution of issues that are under its own authority but relevant to the functions, duties and rights of other departments and agencies or district people’s committees; the director of this department or agency must proactively consult with the related agencies or people’s committees. The directors of departments or chairpersons of district people’s committees who are consulted should give responses and coordinate in dealing with relevant issues.

- Directors of departments and agencies and chairpersons of district people’s committees sign and take responsibility for contents and deadlines of regular and unplanned reports submitted to PPC. Contents of recommending documents and reports must include ideas and proposed solutions of specialised agencies and local authorities.

- Concrete issues that are discussed by directors of related agencies and chairpersons of district people’s committees but are not agreed upon must be reported for the decision of PPC Chairman.

- For important inter-disciplinary issues, PPC Chairman shall direct the establishment of a council or sub-committee including related directors or deputy directors and chairpersons to deal with.

Periodically or unexpectedly, Chairman and Vice Chairpersons of PPC meet and talk with departments, agencies and people’s committees of districts and cities to listen to reports and direct the solution of urgent issues at the grassroots level.

- If necessary, directors of departments and agencies can register to meet with Chairman or relevant Vice Chairperson of PPC to report and ask for direction.

- Chairman and Vice Chairpersons of PPC do not directly deal with issues that are under the authority of directors of departments and agencies, and chairpersons of people’s committees of districts and cities.

8. Relationships between PPC and Provincial People’s Procuratorate and Provincial People’s Court.

PPC expresses frequent concern and directs its specialised agencies to coordinate with the Provincial People’s Procuratorate and Provincial People’s Court in strengthening inspection, executing the Constitution and law, implementing measures for preserving assets of agencies and organisations as well as protecting life, freedom, honour, human dignity, property and other legal rights and benefits of citizens, and enforcing legal sentences in the province with an aim of enhancing socialist legality.

9. Relationships between PPC and the Provincial Committee of Viet Nam Fatherland Front, public unions and socio-political organisations.

- PPC coordinates with the Provincial Committee of Viet Nam Fatherland Front, public unions and social organisations in mobilising the people and union members to take part in emulation movements, building and consolidating people’s government, implementing the Party’s guidelines and policies and State’s law, and supervising the performance of State agencies and governmental officials.

- PPC invites representatives of the Standing Board of Provincial Committee of Viet Nam Fatherland Front and leaders of affiliated organisations of the Fatherland Front to attend plenary sessions of PPC and other meetings relating to activities of the Fatherland Front and unions.

- PPC has plans to meet with the Provincial Committee of Viet Nam Fatherland Front and public unions to coordinate work and facilitate the Committee and unions to monitor activities of local State agencies.

PPC and members of PPC are responsible for giving responses to recommendations of the Provincial Committee of Viet Nam Fatherland Front and public unions.

V. Regulations on Concrete Work

1. Preparation of PPC’s work programme.

PPC has its annual, six-month and monthly work programmes. After being prepared by PPC Office, PPC’s work programmes are discussed and decided collectively by PPC. Based on monthly work programmes of PPC and monthly and weekly work programmes of the Provincial Party Committee, PPC Office prepares weekly work schedules of Chairman and Vice Chairpersons.

2. Preparation of programs and legal documents for submitting to PPC.

a. The submission to PPC must be conducted as follows.

- Directors of departments/agencies and chairpersons of district people’s committees make thorough preparations and take responsibility for submitted contents as regulated. If those top leaders authorise their deputies to sign recommending documents, they still take responsibility for contents of the documents signed by their deputies.

- PPC Office only submits to PPC the following issues/documents:

+ Items signed by directors of departments and agencies or their authorised persons. Legal documents must be verified by the Department of Justice before being submitted.

+ Items submitted by directors of departments/agencies or chairpersons of district people’s committees that are related to other departments/agencies/committees and already include ideas in document of those relevant departments/agencies/committees.

+ Documents registered at the Archiving Division of PPC Office.

b. Directors of departments and agencies draft and take responsibility for the content and formality of draft programs and documents submitted to PPC in their charged discipline or sector. Important issues relevant to many disciplines or levels, covering many aspects or having complicated contents shall be prepared by a working team or sub-committee as nominated by PPC.

c. During preparation of programs or draft documents, directors of the main departments and agencies have the following rights:

- To invite directors/chairpersons of relevant departments/agencies/district people’s committees to meet and discuss. The invited agencies are responsible to take part in as requested.

- To send drafts to directors/chairpersons of relevant departments/agencies/district people’s committees to consult their opinions. Directors/chairpersons of relevant departments/agencies/committees are responsible for giving response in document. After the set deadline, if the consulted agencies do not give any response, they will be considered agree and must take responsibility for the consulted issue. Recommending documents of directors of the main departments/agencies which is in charge of programs or draft documents must include official ideas of directors/chairpersons of relevant departments/agencies/district people’s committees.

d. For a maximum of 15 days since documents recommending a program or draft document are received, PPC Office must complete verification and submit to PPC Chairman or PPC. Chief of PPC Office reserves the right to request the key agency to clarify or supplement drafts.

e. Based on the essence of each program or document, PPC Chairman (Or a Vice Chairperson) shall directly listen to the explanation of director of the drafting department/agency or relevant agencies to ensure sufficient grounds for the discussion and accurate decision of PPC. In the presence of different ideas and in necessary circumstances, PPC will chair a meeting with directors of relevant departments/agencies to reach final agreement or clarify viewpoints.

f. For a maximum of 03 days prior to a plenary session of PPC, Chief of PPC Office must submit program dossiers to PPC Chairman. PPC Chairman only puts on the session’s agenda programs or drafts that are thoroughly prepared.

3. Meeting policy of PPC.

a. Regular plenary sessions of PPC are conducted once per month on the last days of a month. PPC Chairman convenes extraordinary sessions if he/she considers necessary. PPC Chairman chairs PPC’s sessions. In the absence of Chairman, an authorised Vice Chairperson shall chair the session. PPC’s sessions aiming at voting important issues must be attended by at least 2/3 members of PPC. PPC members are responsible for participating in all sessions of PPC and requesting Chairman in advance for leaves of absence.

- In addition to regular plenary sessions, in order to give prompt direction to frequent and unplanned work, PPC Chairman or Vice Chairpersons host specialised meetings with departments, agencies and district people’s committees to discuss and deal with concrete issues.

- Chairman and Vice Chairpersons have internal meetings every Friday to listen to weekly reports made by PPC Office and reach agreement on solutions for arising issues.

- The agenda of PPC’s regular sessions, program dossiers or draft documents intended to be approved at PPC’s sessions must be sent to members of PPC at least three days prior to the sessions.

b. PPC invites representatives of permanent members of the Provincial People’s Council to attend its regular sessions. It also invites Chairman of the Provincial Committee of Viet Nam Fatherland Front, leaders of departments/agencies and unions, chairpersons of district people’s committees to attend PPC’s sessions that are aimed at discussing issues related to those agencies.

c. A PPC’s regular session is conducted as follows.

- Chief of PPC Office reports on absent and present members of PPC and invited attendants.

- Chairperson of the session introduces agenda and identify order of issues put forward for the discussion and decision of PPC.

- Director of Department of Planning and Investment coordinates with Chief of PPC Office to prepare and present on socio-economic situation reports and draft of upcoming duties and solutions.

- Directors of departments/agencies which take main responsibility for a program or draft document explain in brief issues in need of opinions.

- PPC members express their opinions and clarify if they agree or disagree with a certain point in the program or draft.

- Directors of departments/agencies which take main responsibility for a program or draft document answer or explain details requested by PPC members and other attendants.

- Chairperson summarises and makes conclusions.

d. For issues considered unnecessary or unable to be presented at regular sessions, PPC Chairman directed Chief of PPC Office to send draft documents and request opinions of each member of PPC, then summarise and submit for the decision of PPC Chairman who will report to PPC in the latest session.

e. Every three months (except for unexpected cases), PPC meets with directors of departments/agencies and chairpersons of district people’s committees to review the implementation of socio-economic targets and guidelines, decisions and instructions as well as to discuss upcoming work.

f. Departments and agencies which want to organise wrap-up conferences or meetings chaired by PPC must report and get the approval of PPC Chairman or relevant Vice Chairperson in advance. Those directors must prepare contents and conditions to organise such meetings.

4. Procedures for issuing legal documents and administrative documents under the authority of PPC.

- For a maximum of three days after plenary sessions of PPC, Chief of PPC Office must submit documents dealing with issues related to contents of those sessions for the signature of PPC Chairman or Vice Chairpersons.

- PPC Chairman signs legal documents issued by PPC.

- PPC Vice Chairpersons are authorised to sign on behalf of Chairman some documents under Chairman’s responsibility.

Vice Chairpersons charged of each working sector are authorised by Chairman to sign some documents directing concrete work in that sector to speed up and instruct the implementation of PPC’s guidelines and decisions.

- Chief of PPC Office is authorised to sign on behalf of PPC and PPC Chairman in dealing with concrete administrative work that is not under the authority of any Vice Chairperson; documents announcing directions, statements or conclusions of Chairman (or Vice Chairpersons) on issues relating to PPC’s management for the implementation of relevant agencies and levels; duplicates of documents issued by State agencies at higher levels and PPC; invitations and introductions of PPC.

- Legal documents; and recommending documents and reports sent by PPC to the Government or State agencies at higher levels must be considered and initialed by Chief of PPC before submitting to PPC Chairman.

- Instructing documents of departments and agencies must be prepared simultaneously with drafted legal documents of PPC for ready implementation once those drafts are issued.

5. Inspection, checking and meeting with the people to deal with complaints and accusations.

- PPC Chairman and Vice Chairpersons periodically meet with the local people as scheduled by PPC Office. PPC Office coordinates with the Provincial Inspectorate to organise and realise people-meeting schedules, assisting PPC to deal with complaints and accusations of local citizens in accordance with current State’s law.

- Members of PPC and directors of departments/agencies are responsible for inspecting and checking levels, sectors and units at the grassroots level during implementation of decisions and instructions of the Government and PPC. They must directly consider and assign affiliated units to deal with recommendations, complaints and accusations of citizens on issues under their authority and responsibility.

6. Policies for working with the grassroots level.

- PPC Chairman spend much time on working with chairpersons of district people’s committees and directors of departments/agencies to check and direct work. If a Vice Chairperson is authorised to work with those departments/agencies/committees, opinions and decisions made by this Vice Chairperson will be considered opinions and decisions of PPC Chairman.

- Directors of departments and agencies must proactively and directly work with chairpersons of district people’s committees to help solve issues in their charged sectors and to strengthen State management in the region.

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