Biography of Vietnam General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong: Positions and Working History
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Nguyen Phu Trong's Biography
Vietnam's General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong was born on April 14, 1944, as a native citizen of Dong Hoi Commune, Dong Anh district, Hanoi. According to Vietnam News, he was born in a poor peasant family and was recruited to work for the state on December 5, 1967, when he was a student.
Trong graduated from the Linguistics Faculty of Hanoi General University in 1968, holding a professor, and Ph.D. title in politics (majoring in Party building), according to Nhan Dan. General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong joined the Communist Party of Vietnam on December 19, 1967, and became an official member on December 19, 1968.
|Vietnam General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong - Photo: VOV|
Awards granted to Nguyen Phu Trong
During his career, Nguyen Phu Trong has received a First-class Resistance War Medal, a Medal for Cultural Cause, and medals for the cause of the press and the young generations, among others.
|Vietnam General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong - Photo: VNA|
Positions & Working History
General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong was a member of the Party Central Committee: 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th tenures. He served as a member of the Political Bureau of the 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th CPVCC; Permanent member of the Politburo for the 8th tenure and a National Assembly deputy, 11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th tenures, Nhan Dan cited.
December 1967- July 1968: Officer at the Documentation Desk of the Study Review (now the Communist Review).
July 1968 - August 1973: Officer of the Party Building Department of the Communist Review; experiencing a period of internship in Thanh Oai District, Ha Tay Province (now Hanoi) in 1971; Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union cell of the Communist Review from 1969 to 1973.
August 1973 – April 1976: Undergoing a political-economic post-graduate course at the High-level Nguyen Ai Quoc Party School (now the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics), member of the executive board of the Party cell.
May 1976 - August 1980: Editorial staff of the Party Building Department of the Communist Review, Deputy Secretary of the Party cell.
September 1980 - August 1981: Study Russian language at the High-level Nguyen Ai Quoc Party School (now the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics).
September 1981 - July 1983: Intern and defending Associate PhD thesis (now PhD thesis) at the Party Building Department of the Academy of Social Sciences of the Soviet Union.
August 1983 - February 1989: Deputy head of the Party Building Department, the Communist Review (October 1983); head of the Party Building Department, the Communist Review (September 1987); Deputy Secretary of the Party Committee of the Communist Review (July 1985-December 1988) and Secretary of the Party Committee of the Communist Review (December 1988-December 1991).
March 1989 – April 1990: Member of the Editorial Board of the Communist Review.
May 1990 – July 1991: Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the Communist Review.
August 1991 – August 1996: Editor-in-Chief of the Communist Review.
January 1994: Elected as a member of the Communist Party of Vietnam’s Central Committee at the mid-term national conference in the 7th tenure.
June 1996: Reelected as a member of the Party Central Committee at the 8th National Party Congress.
August 1996 - February 1998: Deputy Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee, head of the Hanoi Party Committee’s Popularisation and Education Board.
December 1997: Elected as a member of the 8th Political Bureau at the 4th meeting of the 8th Party Central Committee.
February 1998 - January 2000: In charge of the Party's ideological-cultural and scientific-educational affairs.
August 1999-April 2001: Joining the standing board of the Political Bureau.
March 1998 - August 2006: Vice Chairman of the Central Theoretical Council (March 1998-November 2001); Chairman of the Central Theoretical Council, in charge of the Party's theoretical work (November 2001-August 2006).
January 2000: Secretary of the 12th Hanoi Party Committee.
December 2000: Elected as Secretary of the 13th Hanoi Party Committee at the 13th Party Congress of Hanoi city.
April 2001: Reelected as a member of the Party Central Committee and the Political Bureau at the 9th National Party Congress.
May 2002 - now: Deputy of the 11th, 12th, 13th, and 14th National Assembly.
December 2005: Elected as Secretary of the 14th Party Committee of Hanoi (until June 2006) at the 15th Party Congress of the city.
April 2006: Re-elected as a member of the Party Central Committee and the Politburo at the 10th National Party Congress.
June 2006 – July 2011: Chairman of the 11th and 12th National Assembly, Secretary of the National Assembly's Party Organisation, and member of the Council for National Defence and Security.
January 2011-January 2021: General Secretary of the Party Central Committee in the 11th, 12th, 13th tenures; Secretary of the Central Military Commission.
February 2013 – now: Head of the Central Steering Committee on Corruption Prevention and Control.
August 2016 - now: Taking part in the Standing Board of the Central Public Security Party Commission of the 2015-2020 tenure.
October, 2018 - now: President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Chairman of the National Defence and Security Council in the 2016-2021 tenure, Honorary President of the Vietnam Red Cross.
January 2021: Reelected as a member of the Party Central Committee in the 2021-2026 tenure at the 13th National Party Congress, and reelected as General Secretary of the Party Central Committee in the 2021-2026 tenure at the first plenum of the 13th Party Central Committee.
The Communist Party of Vietnam
The Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) was established on February 3, 1930, aiming to make Vietnam a strong, independent, prosperous and democratic country with an equitable and civilized society, to realize socialism and ultimately, communism.
The CPV is the Party in power in Viet Nam. It respects and promotes the mastery of the people over the country, and is under the people's supervision. The Party relies on the people to strengthen its organization, unites and lead the people in the revolutionary cause. The Party leads the political system and is a member of that system. The Party leads, respects and promotes the role of the State, the Viet Nam Fatherland Front (VFF) and other socio-political organizations.
According to VGP, the CPV, vanguard of the working people and the whole nation, represents the interests of the working class and the nation. The Party organizational system is established in line with the State administrative apparatus from Central level to provincial, city, district, and communal levels as well as in administrative bodies, schools, enterprises, political/social/professional organizations, army units and police forces. The Party cells are the Party's grassroots foundations.
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