MPS holds webinar with local Party committees to review implementation of coordination regulation

21:13 01/10/2021

PSNews - The Public Security Central Party Committee (PSCPC), on September 29, has a webinar with the Party Committees of the 63 provinces and centrally-run cities to review the results of coordination between the PSCPC and the provincial-level Party Committees in inspecting, supervising and disciplining local police Party organizations and Party members in the period 2015-2020.

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Minister To Lam speaking at the event.

Speaking at the conference, Minster To Lam affirmed that the Regulation on Coordination between the PSCPC and the Party Committees of provinces and centrally-run cities in inspecting, supervising and disciplining local police Party organizations and Party members as local policemen is an important foundation for the two sides to collaborate in implementing Party work.

Particularly, the summary report on coordination between the PSCPC and the provincial Party Committees in the 2015 - 2020 period demonstrated the effectiveness of the coordination between two sides, helping both the PSCPC and Party committees of provinces and cities grasp the situation of local police Party organizations and their Party members, and recognize their strengths and weaknesses contributing to building a clean and strong provincial-level police Party organization.

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Minister To Lam awarded Certificates of Merit from the Ministry of Public Security to collectives and individuals for their outstanding achievements in implementing the coordination regulation.
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 To conclude, Minister To Lam asked Inspection Commission of the PSCPC to actively coordinate with the Inspection Commissions of the Party committees of provinces and cities in order to recommend policies, plans and measures for the implementation of decisions and directives of the PSCPC on force building in the coming time.

On this occasion, the MPS awarded Certificates of Merit to 13 collectives and 40 officers for their outstanding achievements in the implementation of the regulation coordination between the PSCPC and the provincial Party committees in the 2015 - 2020 period.

By L.B