Party documents embrace Vietnam’s wisdom and aspiration

(VOVWORLD) - The draft documents of the 13th National Party Congress will be made available for the public comments from next Thursday after receiving feedback at Party Congresses. The documents cover national development goals until 2025 and 2030 and vision to 2045 and outline major milestones in making Vietnam a developed, socialist-oriented country. The Party documents embrace national wisdom and aspiration.
Party documents embrace Vietnam’s wisdom and aspiration - ảnh 1

The documents of the upcoming National Party Congress review the Party’s performance in the last five years, 10-year implementation of the 2011 Party Platform, 35 years of national renewal, and 30 years implementing the 1991 Platform. The summary is reflected in the Party’s orientations until 2030 and vision to 2045.

Professor Doctor Ta Ngoc Tan, Vice Chairman of the Central Theoretical Council, said: “The vision sets out major directions for mapping out specific plans for each period of development and major milestones during that process. To realize the Vision to 2045, we aim to uphold the aspiration for national development and responsibility of the Party, the public and Party members. Everyone needs to participate in the process and contribute their wisdom, energy, and talent to national development to achieve the goals set out by the Party.”

Since the national renewal began, the Communist Party of Vietnam has set out goals and visions for the next 20 years in the documents of Party Congresses. The Party’s stance on making Vietnam an industrial country was first mentioned in the documents of the 8th National Party Congress in 1996. Since then, national industrialization and modernization have been Vietnam’s consistent goals but the goal of making Vietnam an industrial country needs to be refined.

Professor Doctor Phan Xuan Son of the Ho Chi Minh National Politics Academy said: “We have not yet been able to achieve all the goals but this does not mean that we will pull back our development. It is a matter of ambitious forecast. We have done our utmost, but it does not mean that the viewpoints mentioned in the documents are dogma.”

Professor Doctor Phan Xuan Son said the documents, theories, and policies cannot address 100% of the problems in our lives. But the Communist Party of Vietnam has set major orientations and addressed the biggest national problems.

“By addressing issues like food, clothing, and education as well as external relations and national defense in their documents, the Vietnamese Party and State have been successful in their leadership. Nothing has diverted them from the track. The Party has worked out measures to achieve the goals set in the documents. For example, in the last tenure, we achieved and even surpassed all six growth targets set out in the document. The Party guidelines realistically address urgent, practical problems,” said Son.

In the last 90 years, the Communist Party of Vietnam has fulfilled its role of leading, ruling, and guiding national development through documents which embrace practicality, foresight, wisdom and science.