VFF boosts movement to follow Ho Chi Minh moral example

The Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF)’s movements have been broadened, boosting the implementation of party guidelines and state policies, according to reports at the 7th conference of the Front’s Central Committee which opened on Tuesday in Ho Chi Minh city. Last year, the Front initiated prominent programs, including sending representatives from 54 ethnic minority groups to Truong Sa (Spratly) archipelago and intensifying communications on Vietnam’s sea and island territories. The organization also carried out movements on building rural areas, encouraged Vietnamese people to use locally made products and strengthened people-to-people diplomacy, boosting friendship and solidarity between Vietnam and the rest of the world. Vu Trong Kim, Vice President cum Secretary General of the Vietnam Fatherland Front’s Central Committee revealed tasks for this year: “In 2012, we continue to thoroughly study Party guidelines and policies and Ho Chi Minh Thoughts on national unity. We will further boost the movement to follow President Ho Chi Minh's moral example among the entire population”.