(HBO) - Member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Bui Van Tinh on June 10 had a working session with representatives from local departments and sectors, focusing on social investment for developing culture and sport establishments in the locality.

Member of the Party Central Committeeand Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Bui Van Tinh speaks at the working session.

Hoa Binh now has eight provincial-level culture and sport facilities, including a culture palace, a library, a cinema house, a museum, a stadium, a gymnasium, a swimming pool, and a dormitory area for students and athletes.

All the 10 districts of Hoa Binh have communal houses and stadiums, while five have libraries. As many as 72 percent of the total communes, wards and towns, and 86 percent of the total hamlets and villages have communal houses. 

At the working session, representatives of the provincial culture, sports and tourism sector reported on the current status of the culture and sport establishments.

The provincial culture palace is being repaired and upgraded to serve the 17thprovincial Party Congress. The project will be completed and put into operation in late August 2020. Other facilities such as the swimming pool and stadium are downgrading and need repair.

They proposed the provincial People’s Committee to approve a project on leasing, upgrading and utilising the stadium, so that the socialisation work could soon be implemented; add the provincial gymnasium in the public investment portfolio for the period of 2021 – 2025 and allow the construction of the project in the Northwest Sports Complex on the left bank of Da River.

The culture, sports and tourism sector also proposed funding for repairing and upgrading a number of other culture and sport facilities to serve the organisation of community culture and sport events. 

Secretary Tinh said in recent times, the use and management of facilities serving culture and sport activities in the locality have not been effective.

According to Tinh, the functions of these establishments have not yet fully utilised, resulting in wastefulness. Meanwhile, investment from the State budget has remained low and the social investment for the work has not proven effective. As a result, the facilities have been degrading, and investment resources for those wasted.

He underlined the need to implement Resolution No. 33-NQ/TW of the Executive Board of the 11th Party Central Committee on developing Vietnamese culture and people to meet the requirement of national sustainable development. 

Accordingly, the locality will focus on building a long-term master plan for developing culture and sport establishments.

It will also create the most favourable conditions for organisations and individuals to invest in the development of culture and sport facilities on the basis of regulations, towards ensuring investment efficiency and strict management.

Tinh asked sectors and localities to coordinate closely in creating favourable conditions for social investment in the work, as well as in managing and using culture and sport facilities in the province./.



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