15/06/2017 14:14 GMT+7 Email Print Like 0

Vietnam learns France’s experience in managing public organisations

Paris, June 15 (VNA) – A delegation from the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (HCMA) led by its Director Nguyen Xuan Thang visited France from June 12-14 to learn the country’s experience in managing the transparency of public organisations. 

During its stay, the delegation worked with representatives from the French National School of Administration (ENA), the French Government’s Supreme Council on the Management of Public Organisations’ Transparency, the National Academy of Arts and Occupation (CNAM) and the Court of Auditors. 

The delegation also held discussions with members of the Association of Vietnamese Scientists and Experts in France on increasing the efficiency of the Government. 

Previously, the HCMA and ENA signed a cooperation agreement on training for 2007-2011. At the working session, the two sides showed their desire to intensify relations via a new agreement for 2017-2022 expected to be signed in late 2017. 

At the Court of Auditors, whose functions are similar to the State Audit Office of Vietnam, the delegation was introduced to measures to assess the use of public assets in order to prevent waste and corruption. 

The Vietnamese delegation also learned from the French Government’s supreme council on how to increase the efficiency and uprightness of public institutions and the CNAM’s experience in leadership studies. 

Talking to Vietnam News Agency correspondents in France, Thang said that the HCMA, as an office training high-ranking leaders of the Party and State, wants to study other countries’ experience to improve its training programmes. 

Learning from France’s experience is necessary and useful in the context of Vietnam implementing political and Party-building reforms, he added.
VNA/VNP