Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung introduces the structure of the new Government at the first session of the 13th National Assembly. (Source: VGP)
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on Monday introduced the structure of the new Government for the 2011-2016 tenure to the on-going first session of the 13th National Assembly.
In his statement delivered to the session, the PM proposed four Deputy PMs, one less than the previous tenure.
The Deputy PMs will manage different areas, with the one covering general economic affairs and policies for rural development, the one being responsible for branch economic sectors and production development, the one in charge of culture-science and technology-education, and the one for internal affairs.
Meanwhile, the number of ministries and Governmental agencies will still be 22 as it was in the previous tenure.
The new Cabinet will work to overcome overlapped missions and perfect coordination mechanisms between ministries and agencies, according to the statement.
Certain public services will be promptly shifted to social organizations and businesses in a bid to streamline the apparatus and raise its efficiency.
On the same day, NA Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung nominated the Secretary of Ninh Bình Party Committee, aged 50, as Chief Auditor.
As scheduled, the National Assembly will discuss and approve the Cabinet members and Chief Auditor on August 2.