Deputy Minister of Natural Resources: There will be 9 decrees implementing the provisions of the Land Law.

Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment (TN&MT) Le Minh Ngan has revealed that there are expected to be 9 decrees issued to specify the details of the Land Law (amended).

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At the regular Government press conference on the afternoon of February first, Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Le Minh Ngan stated: On January 18, 2024, the National Assembly passed the Land Law (amended). During the drafting process of the Law, relevant units also prepared for the earliest possible implementation of the Law into life.

“The Ministry has proactively reviewed and developed plans to submit to the Prime Minister for the implementation of the revised Land Law in 2024, including notable contents,” Mr. Ngan said.

Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Le Minh Ngan provides information at the press conference. Photo: VGP.

Specifically, according to Mr. Ngan, the first content will organize the construction of detailed documents to guide the implementation of the amended Land Law. The Law has stipulated the contents within the jurisdiction of the Government, the Prime Minister, the Minister, the Provincial People’s Council, and the Provincial People’s Committee. The plan has thoroughly reviewed the points and provisions in the Law for the Government to issue detailed regulations.

“We are planning to have 9 decrees. In which, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment will directly advise the Government to issue 6 decrees, the Ministry of Finance will advise the issuance of 2 decrees, and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development will advise the issuance of 1 decree,” Mr. Ngan informed.

Also, according to Mr. Ngan, there will be 6 circulars related to the amended Land Law issued; 1 decision of the Prime Minister.

For local authorities, there are 18 contents within the jurisdiction of the Provincial People’s Committee that need to be specified; 1 content within the jurisdiction of the People’s Council to issue. The plan has clearly distinguished and prescribed the time for preparation.

Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Ngan also stated that the Government has assigned tasks to ministries, agencies, and localities to review the current legal documents to ensure consistency and unity with the Land Law (amended), including laws related to land but not amended directly along with the Land Law, will continue to be reviewed to ensure coherence.

In the second content, with decrees related to land management work, related ministries, departments; and localities will continue to review provisions, related legal normative documents within their jurisdiction, to amend, supplement, and issue to ensure consistency and unity.

Mr. Ngan also said that the Ministry has prepared for the dissemination of the basic contents of the amended Land Law and the guiding documents for implementation; so that new points, contents of the amended Land Law and the guiding documents are known by the subjects affected by the law and the whole people; the process of managing and organizing the implementation of state management agencies as well as people and businesses is facilitated the most, ensuring feasibility.

Regarding the fourth content, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment will propose to the Government to concentrate resources to implement state land management contents such as: Building a land database, basic land investigation and evaluation, maintaining a land information system. Localities will also concentrate resources, first of all, for land development funds, ensuring the creation of land funds to carry out land use assessment, construction of infrastructure for resettlement areas…

Localities will organize the construction of land databases in localities, connect with the land database at the national level, ensure uniformity, consistency, connect with other national databases; ensuring that the Land Law (amended) with the guiding documents, as well as new policies, are implemented consistently after the Law takes effect.

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