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Presentation on the 13th Five-Year Plan

Presentation on the 13th Five-Year Plan

Led by the Honourable Prime Minister yesterday, the officials from the Office of Cabinet Affairs and Strategic Coordination (OCASC), Cabinet Secretariat, made a presentation on the 13th Five-Year Plan.

Outlining the National Goal and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), Long-term strategic planning framework, Outcome of KPIs, Outputs, Key activities, and the Way Forward, and the Strategic Objectives of Economic and Social Development, Security, and Governance clusters were also emphasized.

Since the 13th Five Year Plan is a crucial phase for development, it aims to address current socio-economic challenges and set a road map for a developed Bhutan by 2034. The involvement of MPs is essential to work together to ensure the planning is comprehensive and inclusive, where it reflects the needs and aspirations of Bhutanese Citizens.

The discussion continued this morning, wherein the Hon’ble Members shared their perspective to foster cooperation and contribute towards developing the 13th Five-Year Plan besides stimulation. Hon’ble Members actively participated in the discussions and raised their valid concerns to incorporate into the Plan.

As the period of the 12th Five-Year Plan nears its completion, the OCASC is spearheading the formulation and preparation of the 13th Five-Year Plan of the Nation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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