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|The 15th plenum of the Party Central Committee completed on January 17 after completing all the contents of its agenda. (Photo: Vietnam Plus)|
At the plenum, the last of the 12th tenure, the Committee discussed and passed the lists of first-time nominees and the special cases to the Committee of the coming 13th tenure, as well as that of the nominees to the key leading positions of the Party and the State, among others, according to Vietnam Plus.
The Committee also adopted reports by the Political Bureau on the nominees to the presidium, the secretariat, and the eligibility verification board on the delegates of the coming 13th Congress, scheduled to start on January 25.
Speaking at the closing ceremony, Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong stressed that the current Committee has weathered all the difficulties and completed the working agenda, leading the whole Party, people, and army to very important achievements, leaving deep imprints and creating new trust and driving forces to bring the country into a new development period.
|Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong delivered a speech at the closing event. (Photo: VNA)|
The leader asked the Committee members to continue bringing into play their sense of solidarity and responsibility in finishing the remaining work and working as nuclei so as to ensure the coming Congress a fine success that meets the expectation and hope of the whole Party and people, said People's Army Newspaper.
The 15th plenum was the last of the Party’s 12th tenure, serving as important preparation for the 13th National Party Congress which will take place from January 25 to February 2, said Vietnam News. The Party Central Committee on Sunday approved lists of candidates for key leading positions in the upcoming 13th tenure as its plenum wrapped up in Hanoi. The lists, which include first-time nominees and re-elected candidates, were carefully discussed among the committee's members.
Speaking at the closing ceremony, Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong said it was a “serious, truly democratic” plenum that ended one and half-days earlier than planned. “Our plenum was a success; all preparations for the 13th National Party Congress have been completed as we planned,” he said.
|The 15th plenum of the Party Central Committee wraps up after completing all the contents of its agenda. (Photo: VNA)|
“We can now say with joy and pride that throughout the 12th tenure – despite a lot of changes, difficulties, and challenges in the region and around the world – the Party Central Committee, Politburo, and Secretariat have worked together with high determination and great efforts to complete its agenda.
“The work has helped the Party and the people to achieve great things, leaving legacies, and creating new trust and driving forces to bring the country into a new development period.” He stressed the importance of the upcoming congress that will start in a week’s time.
“The Party’s officials, members, and the people care so much about this event and put a lot of hopes and expectations in it. I urge you all to continue to work together with high determination and responsibility to make it happen and do it well,” he said. The committee also adopted reports by the Politburo on the nominees to the presidium, the secretariat, and the eligibility verification board on the delegates of the congress.
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