The 5th Plenary Session of the 11th Central Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) opened on Monday morning in Hanoi.
During the session scheduled to run through May 15, the CPV will discuss on the review of the implementation of the 1992 Constitution; social, salary, land policies; the fight against corruption and wastefulness among others.
Addressing the opening ceremony of the Plenary session, Party General Secretary Trong raised focal points that the CPV should focus discussions on.
|The opening ceremony of the 5th Plenary Session of the 11th Central Communist Party of Vietnam, Hanoi, May 7 - Photo: VGP|
For the review of the implementation of the 1992 Constitution, the Party chief said the stance for amending and supplementing the Constitution must be comprehensive and the amendment must help promote the outcomes of the 1992 Constitution.
Party leader Trong emphasized the necessity of reviewing legal regulations on land in order to timely remove obstacles of land management and use; harmonize the interests of the State, citizens and investors; and create a new momentum for accelerating modernization and industrialization cause.
In terms of the fight against corruption and wastefulness, the Party General Secretary said it is necessary to realistically look at the outcomes of the fight, especially in the fields of land, natural resources, capital construction, budget collection and expenditure, public procurements, State budget use and others.
On issues relating to salaries, social insurance and preferential allowances to people who rendered service during the war, he suggested the CPV give guidance on some urgent matters that should be done this year and in 2013, including adjusting salaries for officials, civil servants, people working for the armed forces and State employees and speeding up the renovation and restructuring of public agencies.
The Party leader concluded that all issues discussed during this meeting are difficult, complicated, sensitive and important issues for the sustainable development of the country, not only in this tenure but also in following tenures and the long-term future.
By Hai Minh (VGP)