Professor explores Party’s leadership culture

Leading scientifically, ensuring democracy, and maintaining high morality are the guiding principles of the ruling Party’s leadership culture, according to Professor, Dr. Hoang Chi Bao, a member of the Party Central Committee’s Theory Council, in an article analysing the issue in-depth.

These principles are critically relevant for the Communist Party of Vietnam as proffered by its founder, the late President Ho Chi Minh. 

The Party has consistently observed this guiding view as it has worked to expand membership and realise renewal efforts, the professor stressed.

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Late President Ho Chi Minh in the Border Campaign 1950

The Party has promptly responded to societal aspirations for national development and international trends through a Doi Moi (reformation) policy over the past 30 years. 

It has maintained consistent awareness of reform to the content, method, and style of its leadership as required by the creation of a market economy, the construction of a democratic society, and international integration. 

It has steered the course of renovation, taking appropriate actions and firmly maintaining socialist orientations in economic and political renewals, the professor highlighted. 

Positive changes in political system renovations have been seen after the specific elaboration of the Party’s leadership in the Constitution and its heightened responsibility to its people. 

In addition, democracy has been strongly exercised in the Party, as evidenced by the results from a vote of confidence of members of the Party Central Committee and the Political Bureau, once used exclusively for positions elected or approved by the National Assembly. 

Over the past 30 years of renovation, the Party has devoted significant attention to educating its members on ethics. 

The renewal policy initiated and pursued by the Party meets requirements for national development and facilitates immense and historically significant achievements in society, the professor affirmed. 

The country has ultimately maintained its political stability, achieved economic growth, gradually ensured social equality, and created a united society building towards a strong, wealthy, democratic, fair and civilized nation.