– The Politburo and the sub-committee in charge of compiling documents for the 13th National Party Congress held a conference in Hanoi on September 27 to collect former Party and State leaders’ feedback on the draft political report and the draft report on the 10-year implementation of the
Attending the event were former Party General Secretary Nong Duc Manh, former Politburo member and President Tran Duc Luong, former
s and National Assembly (NA) Chairmen Nguyen Van An and Nguyen Sinh Hung, former Vice Presidents, Deputy Prime Ministers and NA Vice Chairmen.
Speaking at the event, Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong, who is also head of the sub-committee, asked former Party and State leaders to give their opinions to the two documents, especially major issues in the draft political report.
Participants offered their opinions on the coming congress’s directions and key issues in the draft political report, including the socio-economic achievements over the past five years, goals till the mid-21st century and 2025, 2030 and 2045, the building of a strong and transparent Party and political system, and breakthrough stages for the congress.
Concluding the event, Politburo member and permanent member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat Tran Quoc Vuong said the Politburo will direct the sub-committee to acquire feedback at the event to refine documents and submit to the upcoming 11th session of the Party Central Committee./.
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