President Ho Chi Minh’s ideology is an invaluable treasure of the Party and nation, enlightening the path of the Vietnamese people’s successful revolution, reiterated Head of the Party Central Committee’s Commission for Communications and Education Dinh The Huynh.

He made the assessment during a national conference in Hanoi on May 8, which highlighted the humanistic and progressive values of the President’s ideology.

The Party defines the ideology, which was formed and developed during the revolution, as a comprehensive system of in-depth ideas on essential matters of Vietnam’s revolution.

The ideology is a creative application and promotion of Marxism-Leninism to the country’s specific condition in close combination with national and humankind’s cultural quintessence, he stated.

He argued that despite the rapidly changing domestic and global context, the vitality and relevancy of the ideology remain unchanged, especially the ideas regarding the liberation of the nation and people, building a transparent and strong Party as well as a State of the people, by the people and for the people.

He underlined that the utmost goal of the Ho Chi Minh humanism is complete liberation of the people, making them the true owners of their nations and the world.

The humanity of the Ho Chi Minh ideology is shown in his leadership of the revolution for national independence and personal freedom, prosperity and happiness, as well as the late leader’s thoughts on building socialism and the struggle to solve conflicts between the good and the bad, the backward old and the progressive new in each development period of the country, said Huynh.

During the event, participants clarified major points in President Ho Chi Minh’s ideology containing humanistic and progressive value. They also pointed out the significance of his thought to the revolution in Vietnam.

They agreed that the values are the foundation for the Party to build its policies for socio-politics, economics, cultural and foreign relations development, aiming to build a people-centred nation in the era of integration.-VNA