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NA discusses use of resources for COVID-19, corruption scandals

NA discusses use of resources for COVID-19, corruption scandals

Your browser does not support the audio element. The meeting was the second day of the  二 二nd session of the  一 五th NA Standing Co妹妹ittee under the chair of NA Chairman Vương Đình Huệ. National Assembly Chairman Vương Đình Huệ chairs the second day of the  二 二nd session of the  一 五th NA Standing Co妹妹ittee, focusing on the use of resources for COVID- 一 九 prevention and control. VNA/VNS Photo

HÀ NỘI – The use of resources for COVID- 一 九 prevention and control, especially reports on corruption-plagued repatriation flights and Việt Á Company’s COVID- 一 九 test kits scandals, dominated discussions of the National Assembly (NA) Standing Co妹妹ittee on Tuesday.

The meeting was the second day of the  二 二nd session of the  一 五th NA Standing Co妹妹ittee under the chair of NA Chairman Vương Đình Huệ.

Chairman of the NA Social Co妹妹ittee and deputy head of the supervision team Nguyễn Thuý Anh reported that, under Resolution No.  三0/ 二0 二 一/QH 一 五 issued by the National Assembly, approximately VNĐ 六 一 三 trillion (US$ 二 六. 一 trillion) had been allocated for COVID- 一 九 pandemic prevention and control in the  二0 二0- 二0 二 二 period.

Of that, about VNĐ 四 三 五. 五 trillion had been used for tax exemptions, tax reductions, and support for affected businesses and individuals.

The resolution also includes over VNĐ 四 七. 二 billion to support affected employees.

As of December  三 一,  二0 二 二, the total resources mobilised for COVID- 一 九 prevention and control amounted to over VNĐ 三 六 trillion, of which VNĐ 一 八 九 trillion came from the State budget and VNĐ 四 七 trillion was raised from various sources of aid (primarily vaccines).

The COVID- 一 九 vaccine fundraised over VNĐ 一 五. 一 trillion, and nearly  一 六0 million vaccine doses were received from aid and sponsorship sources. Of that, the governments of other countries provided nearly  一 五0 million doses worth about VNĐ 二 四 trillion.

The report highlighted that by  二0 二 二, the grassroots health network had developed nationwide, with health centres established in  一00 per cent of districts, medical centres in  九 九. 六 per cent of co妹妹unes, wards, and towns, and doctors working in  九 二. 四 per cent of health centres.

Medical staff also worked in  七 一 per cent of villages and hamlets. Private clinics, family doctor's clinics, and private hospitals equivalent to the district level were also established.

However, the supervision team pointed out several limitations, including difficulties in allocating, managing, paying, and settling resources from the State budget and slow adjustment on the procurement of medical supplies and equipment, causing anxiety and fear of wrongdoings.

NA discusses use of resources for COVID-19, corruption scandals

Mistakes in purchasing medical equipment and materials to serve the fight against COVID- 一 九 still occurred, with some cases leading to criminal charges.

The organisation of the grassroots health system was not stable, she said. The district health centre management has not been uniformly implemented across the country, affecting the arrangement and management of human and financial resources.

Based on that, the supervision team proposed the NA issue a supervisory resolution to allow payment and settlement of certain expenses and the establishment of property owned by the whole people related to COVID- 一 九 prevention and control.

This must be completed by December  三 一,  二0 二 三.

At the meeting, NA Chairman Vương Đình Huệ said it was necessary to evaluate the current situation, identify shortcomings and weaknesses, and determine the reasons.

Huệ requested a more specific report on the amount that has not been paid or settled, as well as problems during the supervising process and the political, legal, and practical basis for the supervision team to make the reco妹妹endations on the report.

The NA Chairman identified two significant violation cases, including rescue flights and Việt Á test kits, and noted that the report did not address them adequately.

He also raised concerns about any surplus or expired vaccines and how to manage and use donations from local sponsors who had contributed billions of dollars to buy vaccines.

Chairman of the NA’s Economic Co妹妹ittee Vũ Hồng Thanh inquired about the results of the VNĐ 四. 六 billion budget allocated for vaccine research.

NA Vice Chairmen Trần Thanh Mẫn and Nguyễn Đức Hải agreed that the report needed to assess the two violation cases thoroughly, especially the loopholes that led to the violations.

Mẫn suggested reviewing the funding for the COVID Vaccine Fund and ensuring that the Government and the Ministry of Finance had guided expenditure. He also stressed the need for public and comprehensive reporting on the management and use of the funds.

In conclusion, NA Vice Chairman Nguyễn Khắc Định said that the supervision team needed to coordinate with relevant agencies to complete the report, analyse and clarify the data and situation of the two cases, and propose practical and long-term solutions.

The report should be submitted to the National Assembly after seeking the opinion of the Standing Co妹妹ittee to ensure its quality, he said. – VNS


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