PM Urges Emulation of Role Models

Vietnamese people are encouraged to emulate the actions of the country’s leading citizens this year in order to help the nation continue to develop.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung encouraged the people of Viet Nam to emulate the actions of the country’s leading citizens this year in order to help the nation continue to develop and better solve pressing social issues during a yesterday meeting with the Central Council on Emulation and Rewards in Hanoi.

Speaking at the meeting, the Prime Minister attributed last year’s national achievements to the effective emulation of such individuals across the country, which helped generate the necessary momentum to drive significant socio-economic change.

He then went on to say that there are many important issues which need to be dealt with at all levels of society. The PM asked people from all walks of life and from every region of the country to grasp the Directive of the Party Political Bureau, the Law on Emulation and Rewards and the Government’s Decree on the renewal of emulation and reward work closely linked to set tasks and goals.

He said emulation movements in 2007 should be focused on developing the economy with a growth target of 8.5%, following the late President Ho Chi Minh’s moral example, creating breakthroughs in public administrative reform, accelerating the fight against corruption and wastefulness and curbing traffic accidents.

He then went on to ask that people identify their objectives and how they aim to achieve them in order to carry them out more effectively. To bring the Law on Emulation and Rewards to life, he asked the council to submit any amendments to the existing law to the Government.

Source: VNA – Compiled by Trong Khuong

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