In the afternoon of May 21st, Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha chaired a national online conference to discuss and provide feedback on the draft decree detailing several articles of the Law on Housing regarding home ownership, development, management, operation, transactions, and state management.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment upheld the decision made by the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City to reclaim over 10,000 square meters of land at 419 Le Hong Phong, located on the bustling intersection of Vinh Vien, Le Hong Phong, and Tran Nhan Ton streets in District 10. The land, originally leased by the State, was subject to retrieval as the lease had expired and an extension was not granted.
Vice Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha emphasized this point while chairing a hybrid online and in-person meeting on the draft decree on managing and developing social housing nationwide, on the morning of May 27.
The People's Committee at the district level is accountable to the Hanoi People's Committee for their delegated powers and responsibilities regarding land price decisions, effective from May 22, 2024.
"The recent fire in Trung Kinh that claimed 14 lives has brought to light the urgent need for legal regulations prohibiting the combination of residential and commercial spaces, particularly those that involve renting out to multiple tenants. This tragic incident underscores the potential dangers inherent in such practices, as highlighted by National Assembly Deputy Trinh Xuan An. It is imperative that we prioritize the safety and well-being of our citizens by implementing stringent measures to prevent similar occurrences in the future."
"Vietnamese citizens who are permanent residents abroad and are permitted to enter Vietnam will be eligible to own property in the country. These citizens, provided they retain their Vietnamese citizenship, will be entitled to the same rights as any domestic individual, including the right to purchase and own real estate."
"Vietnamese nationals residing abroad are now permitted to own residential property in Vietnam. Those who retain their Vietnamese citizenship are entitled to the same rights as domestic individuals, including the right to purchase and own property. This new regulation offers an opportunity for overseas Vietnamese to invest in their homeland and establish a stronger connection to their roots."
In the afternoon of May 21st, Deputy Prime Minister Tran Hong Ha chaired a national online conference to discuss and provide feedback on the draft decree detailing several articles of the Law on Housing regarding home ownership, development, management, operation, and state management.
The government has implemented a regulation that requires consultation with community representatives and relevant organizations or individuals regarding the impact of water extraction projects. This process ensures that the potential effects of such projects on the local community and environment are carefully considered and addressed. By seeking input from those directly affected, the government aims to make informed decisions that balance the needs of all stakeholders involved.
On the afternoon of May 19, in Hanoi, Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh attended the commencement ceremony for Package 12, the primary and most critical contract in the expansion project of the Noi Bai International Airport's Terminal 2. This package involves construction, equipment installation, and expansion of the international passenger terminal. The project's completion deadline is set for December 31, 2025, with efforts to expedite the process.