The PM has issued a plan to implement the emulation movement “The entire nation jointly builds new-style rural areas” in the 2016-2020 period, striving to have 50% of communes nationwide meeting all 19 criteria for new-style rural areas by 2020.

The objective of the plan is to promote the strength of the entire political system in raising awareness and directly participating in the successful realization of the Party and State’s guideline to build new-style rural areas.

In addition, it also aims to organize a practical and effective emulation movement, targeting to have 50% of communes as new-style rural communes, the remaining 50% meeting five criteria onwards, and at least one new-style rural district in one province, contributing to improving considerably the spiritual and material lives of rural people. 

Under the plan, cities, provinces, organizations, districts, communes and individuals with outstanding achievements in fulfilling the emulation movements will be rewarded.

Specifically, each new-style rural commune will receive the Emulation Flag and a welfare project worth VND1 billion (US$45,000) from the government, while each new-style rural distrct will be awarded the Labor Order, third class and one welfare project worth VND10 billion (US$450,000) from the state president.

The state president will also present the Labor Order, first class and one welfare project worth VND30 billion (US$1.35 million) to each new-style rural province.

Businesses and individuals with outstanding or extremely outstanding achievements in realizing the emulation movement will receive certificates of merit from the PM or will be recommended for the Labor Order, third class from the state president, and bonuses in accordance with current regulations.


                                                                                                                                                By Vien Nhu –


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