Mai Van Chinh, deputy head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Organisation said that in the past 30 years, along with achievements, the VFF has shown a number of shortcomings. Its organizational structure is large but unveils ineffectiveness in some assigned fields.
This requires the VFF and socio-political organisations to continue renovating and completing their structures to suit the political, economic, cultural and social situation in the new period, he said.
Chinh pointed out that the organization and operational methods of the VFF and socio-political organisations has yet been researched thoroughly in theory and practicality.
He noted that the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Organisation has implemented a one-year project on renovating the organization model and operational methods of the VFF and other socio-political organisations with the engagement of many scientists and management officials.
Participants at the event gave their ideas on theoretical and practical issues related to the work, while analyzing new circumstances and new requirements in the field.
They also defined orientations, targets, principles and major solutions to renovating the organization model and improving the operational efficiency of the VFF and socio-political organisations.
President of the VFF Central Committee Tran Thanh Man said the ideas gathered during the conference are significant, helping the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Organisation in advising the Politburo and the Party Central Committee in personnel work.