Party Chief urges Party and the people to build on past achievements to realize development goals in the future.
The Community Party of Vietnam Central Committee wrapped up its 10th meeting in Hanoi yesterday.
During the eight-day sitting a number of reports were tabled, including a draft political report, a draft report summarizing several theoretical and practical issues during the 30-year renewal process, a draft report on the assessment of results of the implementation of socio-economic development tasks during 2011-2015 and orientations for 2016-2020, and a draft report on the enforcement of the Party Statute approved at the 11th National Party Congress and the implementation of the Party’s strategic personnel plan.
The committee also nominated more officials to strategic positions, cast votes of confidence on members of the Politburo and the Secretariat, and elected more officials to the Central Committee’s Inspection Commission, among others.
In his closing address, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong declared that the 10th meeting was a success and will encourage Vietnam to enter 2015 with stronger will and motivation. He outlined key outcomes of the 10th meeting, saying that the Party Central Committee discussed matters thoroughly and reached consensus on major issues in the draft documents of the 12th National Party Congress. The documents will now be discussed at Party congresses at all levels.
Reviewing the country’s renewal process over the past 30 years and the five-year implementation of the Resolution adopted by the 11th National Party Congress, the Party Chief said the country has reaped significant and historic achievements that will create prerequisites for its renovation and development in the future.
He also requested more studies and research on majors issues, including the international criteria for an industrialized nation and Vietnam’s conditions, socio-economic targets for the 2016-2020 period, especially the settlement of bad debts, macro-economic stabilization, improvements to the economic climate and competitiveness, the restructuring of State-owned enterprises, credit institutions, public investment and the agriculture sector in tandem with new rural development, and infrastructure upgrades, among others.