13th Congress of Party Organisation of Central Agencies’ Bloc closes

The 13th Congress of the Party Organisation of the Central Agencies’ Bloc for the 2020-2025 tenure wrapped up in Hanoi on October 19 after three days of sitting.
13th Congress of Party Organisation of Central Agencies’ Bloc closes hinh anh 1Secretary of the Party Organisation of the Central Agencies’ Bloc Huynh Tan Viet speaks at a press conference (Photo: VNA)
 
Hanoi (VNA) - The 13th Congress of the Party Organisation of the Central Agencies’ Bloc for the 2020-2025 tenure wrapped up in Hanoi on October 19 after three days of sitting. 

A resolution of the Congress was also adopted. 

During the new tenure, it aims to promote solidarity, democracy, renovation, and creativity as well as the responsibility of Party members in maintaining a pure and strong Party Organisation.

Apart from agreeing on six major targets, the Congress reached consensus on three breakthroughs regarding Party organisation, personnel work and Party member management, and leadership coordination to fulfil political tasks. 

Participants also adopted a report reviewing the leadership of the Party Committee of the Central Agencies’ Bloc for the 12nd tenure, and a report on collecting feedback on draft documents to be submitted to the 13th National Party Congress. They also discussed an action programme on the implementation of the resolution adopted by the 13th Congress. 

The Congress elected a 51-strong Party Committee led by Secretary Huynh Tan Viet, who was Vice Secretary of the Party Committee for the 2015-2020 tenure. 

Lai Xuan Lam, Vice Secretary of the Party Committee for the 2015-2020 tenure, and Do Viet Ha, head of the committee’s Mass Mobilisation Commission, were elected as vice secretaries. 

Nguyen Thanh Nam was re-elected as head of the committee’s Inspection Commission for the 2020-2025 tenure./.
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