Front offers opinions for upcoming Party Congress documents

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NDO – The Vietnam Fatherland Front Central Committee (VFFCC) held a conference in Hanoi on October 28 to contribute their opinions to the draft documents which will be presented at the upcoming 13th National Party Congress.

This is the second meeting in a series of four consultative conferences organised by the VFFCC to gather comments on draft documents to be submitted to the 13th National Party Congress.

Speaking at the conference, VFF President Tran Thanh Man said that the VFFCC has seven advisory councils in the fields of science, education and the environment; culture and society; democracy and law; foreign affairs and overseas Vietnamese; religious affairs; ethnic minority affairs; and economics.

The advisory councils helped the Standing Committee of the VFFCC to give opinions to the Party and State on important issues related to Party building, State, socio-economic development, national defense, security, foreign affairs, and issues regarding people's lives; and participated in reviewing many draft laws bringing practical effects.

The VFF President hopes the councils’ members, with a great sense of responsibility, enthusiasm, frankness and sincerity, would give comment on well-studied common or specific issues; and contribute more deeply to the assessments, comments and duties of the VFF and outline the limitations that need to be overcome as well as the essential tasks and innovations needed to meet the development requirements of the country.

At the conference, delegates discussed matters such as investment in culture, comprehensive reform in culture to ensure sustainable development, anti-corruption work, expanding the VFF's scope and role, especially in monitoring and social criticism activities so that the VFF can do its best in performing its tasks.

Speaking at the conference, Politburo member and Head of the Central Commission for Mass Mobilisation Truong Thi Mai said she highly appreciates the delegates’ contributions to the Party documents.

Sincerely thanks to the comments of members of the advisory councils, the Head of the Central Commission for Mass Mobilisation affirmed that, with her responsibility, the Steering Committee on gathering comments on draft documents to be submitted to the 13th National Party Congress will continue to listen, synthesise comments, and them transfer to the sub-committee in charge of documents for the 13th National Party Congress.