Prior to the election of the new chairman of the Provincial People's Committee, the delegates of the People's Council of the Provincial People's Party in São Paulo voted to reject Mr Do Ngoc An, Chairman of the People's Committee of the People's Party, for his sake; rejecting the appointment of the deputy chairman of the Provincial People's Committee to Mr Le Trong Quang for retirement.
With 42/47 votes, reaching 84% of the total number of delegates present, the delegates elected Tran Tien Dung, deputy secretary of the provincial party committee, to hold the post of chairman of the People's Committee of Provincial Province of Chaos in 2016-2021.
Mr Tran Tien Dung thanked the electorate in the province, the delegates of the Provincial People's Council trusted and promised to join the Provincial People's Committee seriously in order to respect the leadership of the Provincial Party Committee, the monitoring, unity and unity of the People's Council. collective management, implementation of specific task groups and solutions.
The new Chairman of the Lai Chau Provincial People's Committee also hopes that provincial cadres, civil servants and officials will continue to raise awareness, responsibility, maintain discipline, discipline, and act with determination, join hands in building a strong government system from province to local level.
Prior to that, on 27 February, the Central Organization Committee and the Lai Chau Provincial Party Committee announced the decision of the Secretariat of the Party Central Committee on the work of the staff. Accordingly, appointing Tran Tien Dung, Deputy Minister of Justice, joining the Executive Committee, holds the post of Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee; to present the chairman of the elected People's Committee of the Provincial Council of Lai Chau for 2016-2021.
Mr Tran Tien Dung was born on 7 March 1975, living in Nam Dinh, who has been in the judiciary for over 20 years; matured from the Department of International Law, the Department of International Cooperation, the Secretary of the Ministry of Justice, the Deputy Chief of the Office – the Chief of this Office.
From January 2016, the Prime Minister appointed Mr. Tran Tien Dung to the Deputy Minister of Justice. She has a Master of Law degree from Kyushu University, Japan.