In his closing speech, Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong said the meeting was a success as it touched upon various topics, focusing on preparations for all-level Party congresses, towards the 13th National Party Congress.
Most of the committee’s members agreed with proposals presented by the Political Bureau, he said, adding that all the members consented to adopt the meeting’s resolution.
The leader highlighted new points of the meeting, from preparations to implementation, and lauded sub-committees for their efforts in collecting opinions of the Party Central Committee’s members and representatives of localities and agencies.
With thorough preparations and high sense of responsibility, the committee reached high consensus on orientations and targets, he said.
He stressed the need to promptly draft documents which will be submitted to the 11th meeting of the Party Central Committee slated for latter this year.
The leader called for great efforts in implementing the Politburo’s directive on organising all-level Party congresses, towards the 13th National Party Congress, and realising programmes and plans set for 2019-2020, aiming to materialising the Resolution adopted at the 12th National Party Congress comprehensively.
Earlier, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc presented a report acquiring opinions of members of the Party Central Committee on the draft political report, the draft report on the 10-year implementation of the 2011 Platform, one on the implementation of the socio-economic development strategy for 2011-2020 and building the socio-economic development strategy for 2021-2030, a report on socio-economic situation between 2016 and 2020 and the socio-economic development plan for 2021-2025, along with a draft report on Party building and the execution of the Party statutes.
Tran Quoc Vuong, Politburo member and permanent member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat, presented the draft resolution of the meeting.
The committee emphasised that the political, socio-economic reports and other thematic reports must reflect efforts made by the entire Party, people and army in the new development period which offers both opportunities and challenges.
Documents to be submitted to the 13th National Party Congress needs to show the attention to building a pure, strong Party and political system, promoting the great national unity and addressing major relations like those between reform, stability and development, and between economic and political reform, the committee said.
The committee noted that preparations for all-level Party congresses should go in tandem with the fulfillment of regular tasks, with heed paid to issues of public concern like the management of the use of land, natural resources and public assets, the rich-poor gap, environmental pollution, traffic accident, corruption and wastefulness. -VNA
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