Eighth session of 12th PCC to open
HAØ NOÄI — The 12th Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee will organise its eighth session from October 2-6.
Deputy head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Information and Education Buøi Tröôøng Giang said at a press conference yesterday that the session will review the 10-year implementation of the resolution of the 10th Party Central Committee’s fourth session on the Vieät Nam Maritime Strategy towards 2020.
Reports on the country’s socioeconomic situation and State budget in 2018 and a socio-economic development plan and budget estimates for 2019 are also on the agenda.
The session is slated to examine draft regulations related to the responsibility for setting an example of Party members and officials, especially Politburo members, members of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat and the Party Central Committee; and consider the establishment of subcommittees in preparation for the 13th Party Congress.
Personnel work is another item on the working agenda, along with several other important issues.
The Party Central Committee is expected to issue conclusions on the socio-economic development situation in 2018 and a socioeconomic development plan and budget estimates for 2019, and adopt a resolution on Vieät Nam’s sustainable sea-based economic development strategy.
According to Vuõ Thanh Sôn, deputy head of the Personnel Training Department under the Party Central Committee’s Organisation Commission, work on the draft regulations on the responsibility for setting an example of Party members and officials started at the beginning of this year.
Sôn said the draft regulations emphasised the role of Politburo members, members of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat and the Party Central Committee.
Answering a query on handling the responsibility of several Party members involved in the case regarding MobiFone’s purchase of 95 per cent of the shares of AVG Audiovisual JSC, deputy chief of the Party Central Committee Office Leâ Quang Vinh stated that the discipline of former members of the Party Central Committee and members of the Party Central Committee who hold high positions must be considered and decided on by the Party Central Committee.
Therefore, the AVG case would be put onto the working agenda of this session, he added.
Regarding the introduction of personnel to the State President post, Vinh said the Party Central Committee would consider the introduction of personnel to the position based on authorised offices’ preparations and in accordance with the Party’s regulations. — VNS