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Source: Socialist Republic of Vietnam

In his address, Y Thanh Ha Nie Kdam, Secretary of the Party Committee of the CEB, said the Congress will review the implementation of the resolution adopted at the second Congress (2015-2020 tenure) and set forth orientations, targets, tasks, solutions, and action programmes to realise the resolution to be adopted at the third Congress (2020-2025 tenure).

The Congress will also look into draft documents to be submitted to the 13th National Party Congress, he said.

It was reported at the Congress that amid all the difficulties and challenges, the Party Organisation has instructed businesses in the bloc to complete targets set at the previous Congress.

Between 2016 and 2019, the total revenue of the 33 groups, corporations, and banks that make up the bloc increased 38 percent, and pre-tax profit grew 60.8 percent, and State budget contributions rose 24 percent, ensuring the jobs and incomes of more than 725,000 workers.

In the fight against COVID-19, they have joined hands in bringing home Vietnamese living abroad, provided chemicals, materials, and equipment in service of the fight, and stabilised the market.

They have also played an active role in social welfare and rapid, sustainable poverty reduction over time, with total funding for these programmes amounting to VND9 trillion (US$388.41 million).

In his remarks, Nguyen Xuan Thang, Secretary of the Party Central Committee, Director of the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics, and head of the Party Central Committee’s Theory Council, lauded the Party Organisation’s contributions to national socio-economic development.

He asked that the participants raise their sense of responsibility, democracy, and objectivity to elect the new Party Committee as well as delegates to the 13th National Party Congress.

Thang expressed his belief that the Party Organisation will make comprehensive and strong changes and breakthrough methods in leadership, thus further contributing to the country’s socio-economic development.

Delegates to the Congress also raised funds to support flood victims in the central region.

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