Party Central Committee
Members of the 13th Party Central Committee yesterday, May 4, began sitting down at the fifth plenum in Hanoi to discussing key social and economic issues including Party building, land reform, agriculture, and collective economy.
On behalf of the Party Central Committee, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong has signed off Regulation No. 37-QD/TW on the “things that Party members must not do”.
The fourth plenum of the 13th Party Central Committee concluded on October 7, completing all its working programme after more than three days.
The fourth session of the 13th Party Central Committee will focus on sketching out policies, targets, tasks and solutions to strengthen Party building and rectification.
The Secretariat of the Party Central Committee on October 1 looked into disciplinary measures against the Standing Board of the Party Committee of the Vietnam Coast Guard in the 2015-2020 tenure and a number of individuals for their violations.
The plan on the government restructuring for the 2021-2026 tenure will be submitted to the third plenum of the 13th Party Central Committee, slated for July.
The Politburo proposed the Party Central Committee consider imposing a disciplinary measure against Tran Van Nam.
The Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission has decided to give warnings to Vo Thanh Ha, Secretary of the Party Committee and Chairman of Vietnam Southern Food Corporation, for his wrongdoings in land management in District 1, HCMC.
The Politburo has picked Truong Thi Mai, head of the Party Central Committee’s (PCC) Commission for Mass Mobilization, as head of the PCC’s Commission for Organization, replacing Pham Minh Chinh, who was earlier elected as prime minister.
During the 12th term, 30 official and three alternate members of the Party Central Committee were appointed ministers and to ministerial-level positions, according to a recent conference on the 13th Party Congress’ Resolution.
The second plenary meeting of the 13th-tenure Party Central Committee concluded in Hanoi on March 9 morning after nearly two days of working, completing all of the set agenda items.
The world has quickly entered the digital era and Vietnam is now striving to catch up.
The Party Central Committee’s Commission for External Relations held a meeting in Hanoi on February 3 to inform diplomatic missions and international organisations in Vietnam about the outcomes of the 13th National Party Congress.
The first plenum of the 13th Party Central Committee elected an 18-member Politburo in Hanoi on January 31.
The 13th-tenure Party Central Committee will have a reasonable structure on personnel that ensures stable inheritance and steady transition between generations,
Up to 1,587 delegates representing more than 5.1 million Party members nationwide will attend the 13th National Party Congress from January 25 to February 2,
The 15th plenum of the Party Central Committee wrapped up on January 17 after completing all the contents of its agenda.