The medical staff is taking samples of people in the neighborhood of the place where the newest Covid-19 cases practiced their belief. (Photo: SGGP)

Religious organizations asked to strictly obey Covid-19 prevention rules

Right after the first cases of the fourth Covid-19 outbreak were detected in Vietnam, the Ministry of Home Affairs released document No. 1988/BNV-TGCP for the leaders of 43 religious organizations nationwide to scrupulously observe all Covid-19 prevention and control regulations in their religious activities. Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Vu Chien Thang has recently discussed the matter in details with the press.

Ministry of Home Affair to issue new project on attracting talents

Ministry of Home Affair to issue new project on attracting talents

Locality-based rewards, value alignment, and frequent staff rotation are among the new policies to attract talent in public institutions to be implemented in the upcoming key project compiled by Vietnam’s Ministry of Home Affairs.
Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan meeting with young resource planning employees

Talent management policies to be updated

Current legal documents regarding “talented people” are not yet clearly defined, thus making it more difficult to categorize, recognize and recruit them, said Dr. Dinh Duy Hoa, former Director of the Public Administrative Reform Department of the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Illustrative image (Source: Central Narcotics Bureau)

Drug trafficking on rising trend in Singapore

Singapore’s competent agencies arrested 712 drug traffickers in 2018, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) reported, noting a sharp rise in the number of foreign offenders arrested, from 127 in 2014 to 217 last year.