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Viet Nam: Leader Urges Party Reforms
Source: http://english.vietnamnet.vn/
Source Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Focus: Internet Governance
Country: Viet Nam
Created: Oct 18, 2010

VietNamNet Bridge – Reforming the Party organisation is a key goal in the new period of development despite its achievements over the past 80 years, Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh said yesterday evening, Oct 12, at a meeting held by the Party Central Committee’s organisation commission in Ha Noi.

"Our country is entering a new development period with new opportunities and advantages but also facing major challenges," said Manh.

After the Party’s 11th Congress to be held next year, greater efforts should be made to raise awareness of the importance of reforming the Party organisation, he said. The structure of the Party and the entire political system needed to be refined towards one of higher quality and effectiveness, better suited to the leadership role of the Party.

"It’s necessary to define more clearly the functions, tasks, organisational model, operational structure and methods of different organisations within the political system, to avoid overlap in their operations and unclarified lines of authorities and responsibility among their leaders," he said.

A new approach to planning and operating methods, and a further vision toward developing human resources, particularly for strategic positions, would need to be included on the priority list for the Party’s human resources strategy through 2020, said Manh.

The training of Party members had seen advances, resulting in more competent, highly-adaptive generations of Party members over the last two decades.

But Manh urged Party members to adhere to late President Ho Chi Minh’s moral example and fight corruption.

The organisation of the Party had seen shortcomings, including ineffective theoretical research, inefficient operation of some of its bodies, and a lack of detailed policies to attract talented people.

However, democracy and transparency had been emphasised in the organisation of the Party, he said.

The organisation and building-up of the Party had made major contributions to the success of the Party and the nation, bringing the Party into a strong leadership role representing the interests of the nation’s working class and the entire people, said Politburo member Ho Duc Viet, head of the Party organisation commission.

Also at the meeting, Vice President Nguyen Thi Doan presented the Party Committee’s Organisation Commission with the Labour Medal, first class, for its contributions to the growth of the Party.
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