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by NDO15 July 2022 Last updated at 18:00 PM

An overview of the conference
An overview of the conference

VTV.vn - The Party Central Committee (PCC)’s Commission for Mass Mobilisation held a virtual conference in Hanoi, reviewing the performance of mass mobilisation work over the first six months of the year and deploying tasks for the last months of 20.

The conference focused on evaluating the results of mass mobilization work achieved in the first six months as well as agreed on key tasks for the last six months of the year, exchanging working experiences, and proposing and recommending solutions to implement the tasks of civil mobilisation work in the coming time.

Speaking at the conference, Secretary of the PCC and Head of the PCC’s Commission for Mass Mobilisation Bui Thi Minh Hoai affirmed that the results of the mass mobilisation work are a measure of the joint efforts and consensus of the whole political system, the example of the cadres and party members, and the development of the whole political system.

Regarding the tasks of the last six months of the year, the Head of the PCC’s Commission for Mass Mobilisation Bui Thi Minh Hoai stated several key contents.

In particular, it is necessary to perform well the tasks of the standing agency of the Steering Committees on mass mobilisation, implement the work tasks by the set regulations and work plans, and effectively implement programmes to coordinate mass mobilisation work with central ministries, agencies and sectors, including local departments and agencies, and while consulting the Party committees at all levels to direct and further renew the contents and modes of operation of the Vietnam Fatherland Front and socio-political organisations to improve the quality of monitoring and feedback activities.

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