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9 specific objectives

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1. Efforts will be made to build and gradually perfect the system of administrative legal institutions as well as mechanisms and policies which are appropriate to the period of national modernisation and industrialisation, particularly economic institutions and those related to the organisation and operation of the administrative system.

Efforts will be made to renovate processes for the development and issuance of normative legal documents, overcome compartmentalisation in the preparation of legal documents by ministries and branches, strengthen the responsibility and accountability of each and every public institution which takes part in the process of institutional development, enhance democracy and mobilise the intellectual capacity of all sectors of the population, in order to eventually improve the quality of normative legal documents.

2. Administrative procedures, which are bureaucratic, cumbersome and cause problems for businesses and people, will be fundamentally abolished; new administrative procedures which are transparent, simple and convenient for people, will be developed.

3. Institutions in the public administration system will be assigned appropriate and clearly-defined functions, tasks, authorities and responsibilities. A number of activities and public services, which are not necessarily handled by government agencies, should be transferred to enterprises, social organisations, private organisations and non-governmental organisations.

4. The organisational structure of the Government will be rationally streamlined- ministries will be cross-sectoral and multi-disciplinary and their functions will focus on macro-management of society through laws, policies and guidelines as well as monitoring and supervising their implementation.

The organisational machinery of ministries will be restructured based on a clear differentiation of functions and operation modalities between advisory sections and other sections responsible for implementing policies and providing public services to society.

5. By the year 2005, new key regulations on the decentralisation of administrative management between the central and local levels, and between the different levels of local authorities will have been developed and put into operation. The functions, tasks, authorities and organisational structures of urban and rural administrations will be clearly defined.

Functional institutions under the People’s Committee at the provincial and district levels will be streamlined to perform the function of state management according to tasks and authorities defined in the amended law on Organisation of People’s Councils and People’s Committees. Specific features, organisational structure and working regimes of commune governments will be clearly defined.

6. By the year 2010 the contingent of cadres and civil servants will be of reasonable size, possess professional qualities and be modernised. Cadres and civil servants will possess appropriate qualities and qualifications to discharge their public duties and be dedicated to serve the cause of national development and the people.

7. By the year 2005, fundamental reforms will have been undertaken in the salary schemes for cadres and civil servants, to become the main driving force for the civil service system and be sufficient to maintain their life-styles and those of their families.

8. By the year 2005, the financial mechanism will have been reformed to meet the requirements of administrative agencies and public service delivery agencies.

9. The administration system will be substantially modernised. Administrative agencies will be provided with modern equipment in order to effectively meet state management requirements. A complete computerised Government Management Information System will be put into operation.