12th plenum of the Party Central Committee concludes

by VTV412 October 2015 Last updated at 08:00 AM

VTV.vn - After 5 working days, the 12th plenum of the 11th Party Central Committee concludes on Sunday Oct. 11th in Hanoi.

Speaking at the closing session, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong highlighted the main focuses of the Central Committee in terms of socio-economic situation as well as preparations for the 12th Central Committee. Let’s find out more about this in our summary report.

Addressing the closing event, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong highlighted main results in implementing the Central Committee’s resolutions in terms of socio-economic development situation.

Nguyen Phu Trong, Party General Secretary said: We should continue to improve the country’s capacity, to utilize foreign support in order to capture opportunities and overcome challenges coming from international integration. A draft plan addressing the final preparation for the signing of the TPP agreement will soon be submitted to the Central Committee and the National Assembly for approval. National benefits will be priority.

In terms of preparations for the 12th Central Committee, the committee has basically approved the Politburo’s report and suggestion on specific requirements for each key position.

Mr Trong added: The Central Committee has concluded first round voting on the proposed list of personnel for the 12thCentral Committee, including a list of qualified members of the 11th Central Committee for reelection as well as a list of qualified members for the Politburo of the 12th Party central committee.

In terms of upcoming election for the National Assembly deputies and People’s councils at all levels, the Party leader emphasized the need to focus on the candidates’ quality in accordance to preparing qualified personnel for the National Assembly.

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