Thematic exhibition marks Party’s 91st founding anniversary

Tuesday, 2021-01-19 15:47:19
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Delegates cut the ribbon to launch the exhibition. (Photo: Hanoimoi)
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NDO – A thematic exhibition entitled “The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) – From Congress to Congress” opened at the Vietnam National Museum of History in Hanoi on January 19, as part of events celebrating the 91st founding anniversary of the CPV (February 3, 1930-2021) and welcoming the 13th National Party Congress.

With more than 200 documents and artifacts on display, the exhibition aims to offer the people, especially young officials and Party members, a clearer understanding of the birth of the CPV as well as the previous 12 National Party Congresses with the achievements and lessons gained, thus helping them be fully aware of their responsibilities in the cause of building a prosperous and peaceful Vietnam.

The exhibition features three themes, including “The Birth of the CPV”, “The CPV – From Congress to Congress”, and “Towards the 13th National Party Congress”.

Specifically, “The Birth of the CPV” affirms the role of leader Nguyen Ai Quoc in acquiring and disseminating Marxism-Leninism to establish a political party in Vietnam and shoulder the mission of leading the Vietnamese revolution to victory.

Through the exhibition, visitors will have a better understanding of the birth of the Communist Party of Vietnam. (Photo: Hanoimoi)

“The CPV – From Congress to Congress” introduces the previous 12 National Party Congresses with their righteous policy decisions; Party reports, speeches, documents and resolutions; a manuscript of the Party General Secretaries’ articles and talks; works, images, talks and articles on Party building and rectification, all showing that the success of the Vietnamese revolution has come as a result of the solidarity, unity, and joint efforts of the entire Party, people and army.

Meanwhile, the section “Towards the 13th National Party Congress” introduces the preparations for the congress, as well as the draft reports, documents and people’s opinions, and images of activities towards the congress.

The exhibition, which is being jointly held by the Vietnam National Museum of History and the Archives Department of the Party Central Committee Office, will last until the end of May 2021.