Tuesday, 2/6/2020
  • Promoting traditional cultural values of Vietnamese families

    Traditional cultural values of Vietnamese families have been preserved, promoted and handed down from generation to generation during thousands of years of national history. These traditions are patriotism, love for homeland, love for family, fidelity, brotherhood, mutual assistance, good neighbourhood, humanism, ultruism, self-denial, gratitude, eagerness for learning, industruousness, diligence, undauntedness and steadfastness. It is these values that have created the idendity of Vietnamese cultural traditions. However, in the current international globalization, new cultural values of families have taken shape and several cultural traditional values of families are facing the threat of falling into oblivion.

  • Regarding freedom of expression and press

    Freedom of expression and press is always a global issue. It not only concerns leaders of all nations but also a basic human right, a fundamental need in any country during the process of development, particularly in this era of the information explosion. However, in a specific political regime, the connotation of freedom of expression and press (and the wider media) is understood differently, due to different approaches and even the opposing political motivations of various interest groups.

  • Democratic thinking of Ho Chi Minh

    According to perception of followers of Marxism-Leninism, democracy is power which belongs to people who create history. They make self-regulations and self-decisions of their destiny.

  • Achievements and constraints in theoretical and practical perception during the 20 year implementation of 1992 Constitution

    Achievements in theoretical and practical perception during the 20 year implementation of 1992 Constitution, first and foremost, are conducive to the Party’s renovation policies. Without the socialist-oriented market economic policies, without recognition and promotion of human rights, without orientation to build the law-governed socialist state, we can not make such successes on the first stage of the renovation process.

  • Solving the problems of child labor and street children in the Strategy for Protection, Care and Education of Children

    At present, changes have been seen in the quantity, forms and characteristics of child labor and street children in Viet Nam. There is a need to develop a comprehensive strategy to prevent and solve the problem of child labor and street children with efforts of society.

  • Culture content on the Draft Amendment to the 1992 Constitution

    One of the core issues of the country mentioned in the Draft Amendment to the 1992 Constitution is the revision and supplement of new content on culture. Article 44, Chapter II of the Draft Amendment to the 1992 Constitution writes: “Everybody has the right to enjoy cultural values, participate in cultural life, access to cultural services and to cultural values.” The four contents are a unified entity in human rights in the field of culture.

  • Be vigilant against the current idea of non-politicized army

    The allegation on non-politicized army is by nature the attempt to separate army from the ideology of Marxism-Leninism, to remove the leadership of the Communist Party of Viet Nam over the army, and to make the army loosen its ideology and gradually become ambiguous about its ideology and fighting goals and no longer be able to act as a power tool to protect the Party, State and people. Building the revolutionary nature of the army is the core of building the army in terms of politics.

  • On the social oversight and critic role of Vietnamese media

    Through the long history of national revolution, Vietnamese media has proved itself as an important revolutionary force which has made great contribution to each success in the cause of socialist construction and defense. In the current stage, the Vietnamese media is required to uphold its social oversight and critic role.

  • People’s ownership of land: an issue which needs resolute implementation

    To effectively use land resource, it is necessary to continue clarify the concept of people’s ownership of land to set up legal framework, regulations and concrete policies on land and avoid misunderstanding and abuse.

  • One-year implementation of the resolution of the 4th Plenum of the Party Central Committee (11th Tenure): achievements and initial experience

    In 2012, the 4th Plenum of the Party Central Committee (11th Tenure) issued the resolution: “Current urgent issues on Party building”. (Resolution No 12-NQ/TW, 16 January, 2012). During the implementation of the resolution, what is easy to find and appreciated by Party cadres and members is that the deliberation of the resolution of the 4th Plenum of the Party Central Committee (11th Tenure) on Party building has been closely led and followed with high political will by the Party Central Committee, the Political Bureau and the Party Secretariat right from the beginning when the resolution was disseminated.

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