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Deputy Minister Luong Tam Quang attends 8th Party Congress of Phu Yen police

July, 30 2020
MPS - Lieutenant General Luong Tam Quang, Member of the Public Security Central Party Committee and Deputy Minister of Public Security, attended and delivered a speech at the 8th Party Congress for the 2020-2025 term of the Phu Yen provincial police on July 29.

According to the political report at the event, the Phu Yen provincial police Party organization led the provincial police forces to suppress crimes of all kinds and improve the efficiency of the investigation of criminal cases. They also paid due attention to promoting the mass mobilization and building the movement “All people protect the national security”, contributing to firmly maintaining local security and social order.

Overview of the event.

Regarding the Party and force building work, the Phu Yen police Party organization effectively implemented the policies and directions of the Party, the State, the Ministry of Public Security, especially the Government’s Decree No. 1 on streamlining the Public Security Forces’ organizational apparatus. The Party Committee of the provincial police also did a good job in consolidating their affiliated Party organizations and training Party members.

Deputy Minister Quang speaks at the Congress.

Speaking at the Congress, Deputy Minister Luong Tam Quang praised the spirit of self-criticism and criticism of Party members attending the Congress in reviewing the leadership of the provincial police organization in the last term. He expressed consensus on the objectives and working program crafted by the Congress for the Phu Yen police Party organization in the next term.

Deputy Minister Quang presents congratulation flowers to newly elected Party Executive Committee of the Phu Yen police.

Regarding key missions in the next term, the Deputy Minister asked the provincial police Party organization to lead the local police forces to fight sabotage activities by hostile forces while working out specific plans to ensure economic security, information security, and maintaining security and order in religious activities and in ethnic minority communities. It should also focus leadership on prevention and fight against all kinds of crimes, especially organized and drug-related crimes.

by Tien Dung