Party prepares for eleventh Congress
A view of the opening ceremony of the Communist Party of Viet Nam Central Committee's 14th meeting. The meeting will discuss comments and suggestions from the public. — VNA/VNS Photo Thong Nhat
HA NOI — The Communist Party of Viet Nam Central Committee (CPVC) began the fourteenth meeting of its tenth tenure yesterday in Ha Noi to discuss draft documents and personnel plans to be submitted to the 11th Party Congress.
Opening the event, Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh said that the meeting would discuss comments and suggestions from the public on the drafts and a report on the 10th tenure CPVCC leadership.
The meeting also plans to examine and approve nominations for the Central Committee in the 11th tenure.
The Party leader said the drafts have been publicised for comment and the Politburo had summarised the opinions for the CPVCC.
Reviewing the Party leadership over the past tenure, the Politburo's report say the CPVCC, the Politburo and the Secretariat have upheld the revolutionary spirit, responsibility and solidarity in leading the Party, the nation and the army to boost the renewal process and tap the country's strengths to put the important components of the 10th Party Congress's resolutions into practice.
The report also says the leadership has made timely decisions that effectively solved many complicated problems regarding socio-economic development, national defence and security, external relations and the building of the Party organisation and the political system, as well as led the country to overcome many difficulties, such as the impacts of the global financial crisis and economic slowdown. They have also helped maintain macroeconomic stability, ensure social welfare and make progress in the fighting capacity and leadership of the Party.
The General Secretary asked members of the CPVCC to uphold their democratic and collective spirit in discussions in order to make sound decisions and contribute to ensuring the success of the 11th Party Congress.
The 14th meeting is scheduled to last until December 21. — VNS