VietNamNet Bridge – Tran Ngoc Hung, chairman of the Viet Nam Construction Association, speaks to Viet Nam News Agency about key reasons for the delays in the renovation of old living quarters in Hanoi. How do you evaluate the national programme to renovate old living quarters? The national programme to renovate old living quarters was launched more than 10 years ago, but its implementation has been very slow. As a consequence, its results have been limited. According to the latest report, some 25 percent of the old living quarters have been described as “very dangerous.” They could collapse at any time and the lives of people living in these building are at risk. What are the main factors preventing the programme from following its approved plan? The Government’s policy is totally right, yet specific guidelines and solutions to implement the policy have not been translated into real life. I should say the implementation of the national programme so far has leaned on the so-called programme of “socialisation” – people from all walks of life are involved, while the State’s role has almost been unseen. These old buildings were built in the years of State subsidisation – before 1986 when Vietnam… Read full this story
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