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Party Committee Reaches High Accord On Big Issues
Source: http://vietnamnews.vn/politics-laws/231460/party-committee-reaches-high-accord-on-big-issues.html
Source Date: Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Focus: Institution and HR Management
Country: Viet Nam
Created: Oct 16, 2012

HA NOI (VNS)— The Party Central Committee had reached a high unanimity on many important policies in the fields of socio-economics, education-training, science-technology and Party building during a 15-day working session of the sixth plenum. On closing day, on behalf of the Politburo, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong summarised what had been achieved from the fruitful discussion.

The committee decided to re-establish the Party Central Committee's Economic Commission. This plenum saw for the first time a Question and Answer session in a democratic, straightforward and constructive atmosphere.
Touching on the socio-economic picture of the country, Trong said the macro economy this year to some extent was more stable, yet inflationary pressures still remained prominent.

He said the bad debt ratio in the banking system was still high and some commercial bank operations still lacked transparency and were laden with risks.

Trong said GDP growth did not meet the target and the number of business that had to shut down was still high.

To address all these issues, he said, it was important to continue strengthening efforts to improve the economic health of the macro-economy – particularly the finance and banking sector – scale up thrift practice and fight corruption and waste in investment and public spending.

The meeting emphasised the need to speed up the implementation of the three strategic breakthroughs in renovating the growth model and restructuring the economy, ensuring socio-political stability and creating stronger foundations for development in the following years.

When it came to restructuring State-owned enterprises, he said it was a task that should be taken with great determination, with State-owned enterprises playing pioneering roles in renovation, applying science and technology and consistently pursuing the socialist-oriented economy.

Trong urged to complete the mechanism to manage State-owned enterprises. State-owned enterprises should be re-organised following the model of either joint-stock companies or limited liability companies, whichever suited them best in accordance with Enterprise Law, he said.

He highlighted the need to apply modern management models and to implement strict and open audit, inspection and supervision systems.
Trong called for a more efficient use of land resources for socio-economic development, to fix the loopholes in the land system – particularly waste of land, corruption or long-standing disputes – in order to keep in balance the benefits of the State, land-users and investors.

The Standing Central Committee assigned the Politburo to quickly analyse the development and renovation of State-owned farms with attention to land use.

Trong emphasised that the educational system must be reformed thoroughly at all levels. The reform started in a change of the mindset and training goals and the system's way of organising and management, plus building human resources and infrastructure.

The Standing Central Committee consistently stressed that developing science and technology was the nation's top priority. Science and technology was the main drive of industrialisation and modernisation.

He said the State would give preferential treatment to leading scientists and young talent.

This was the first time the Standing Central Committee discussed and issued a resolution on personnel planning which determined the key posts of the Party and the State.

The approach was to facilitate dynamic and open personnel planning which would remove unqualified officials from the list and replace them with promising ones.

Regarding the criticism and self-criticism report of the Politburo, the Standing Central Committee spent one third of the meeting listening and discussing it.
It touched on the most spiky issues in a straightforward, open, democratic and constructive manner.

The Politburo and Secretariat seriously self-criticised and admitted their responsibilities before the committee for the shortcomings and weaknesses in Party building and degradation and negative phenomena among Party officials and members as stated in Resolution on Party building.

The Politburo had made some big mistakes, especially the failure to prevent and fight corruption on the part of State officials. A number of high-ranking officials (both retired and incumbent) had failed to set examples with their lifestyles and acts, which had caused negative impacts on the prestige of the Party, State and themselves.

The committee said it was important the entire Party uphold their responsibilities towards the State and the people, strengthen solidarity and unity and maintain the trust of the people, to overcome difficulties and make use of important results of implementing Resolution 4 on Party building in order to produce remarkable improvement. — VNS
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