The current struggle against individualism

Individualism is the source of “illnesses,” degrading Party cadres and members, and the Party. Individualism is particularly dangerous and difficult to fight against because it is invisible and is in each people, “the sugar-coated bullet,” the root cause of all illnesses with complex metamorphosis and unexpected diversified forms. This potential threat makes the Party’s revolutionary characteristics, ethics, people characteristics fade.

Poverty reduction in Viet Nam: Outstanding achievements and solutions to overcome limitations in the near future

Hunger eradication and poverty reduction have always been among the key tasks of the Party and State in all periods. Poverty reduction has engaged the whole political system to comprehensively support the poor, especially those in the poorest regions, and the region of ethnic minorities. Over the past years, though achievements have been made in hunger eradication and poverty reduction in Viet Nam, limitations remain. Synchronous solutions must be taken to effectively overcome these restrictions in the near future.

Seventy years of the National Assembly of Viet Nam, 70 years of constitutional history

On 2 September 1945, President Ho Chi Minh read the Declaration of Independence, proclaiming the birth of Democratic Republic of Viet Nam, the first people's democratic state in Southeast Asia. Amid innumerable difficulties of the early days of independence, the Provisional Government led by President Ho Chi Minh firmly steered the revolution, successfully held the general elections to the National Assembly, 1st Legislature on 6 January 1946. Seventy years have passed since the historic date, the National Assembly has always accompanied the nation, the entire Party, people and army in the struggle for national liberation, unification and renewal and to bring the country to socialism.

Unity and Development, Issue No 48
Communist Review, Issue No 882
Communist Review specializing on grassroots issues, Issue No 112
Event File, Issue No 324