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Binh Thuan to boost management a

Binh Thuan to boost management and organization of festivals in 2017

BTO – Under the guideline of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MoCST), chairman of Binh Thuan provincial People’s Committee has requested heads of bodies/agencies and localities to strictly follow the policy on strengthening the management and organization of festivals in 2017.

Accordingly, all localities must perform well the regulations and laws on State management of festive activities and rituals that are violent, and against the customs and peace-loving tradition of the Vietnamese people. Additionally, the localities are required to observe inspection and scrutiny in prevention and control of offensive, violent and self-interested actions and incitement that breach the civilized lifestyle regulations at the time of the festivals taking place.  In the meantime, all civil servants must strictly obey the labor laws, not go to the festival during working time and not use public cars to go to the festivals, excepting business trips.

In spite of positive changes in festival management and organization in the recent times, there are some incidents happening in some big festivals nationwide. Therefore, it is necessary to apply the MoCST’s policy simultaneously and consistently.

My Thien (Source: Binh Thuan Newspaper)

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