Party Organisation of Central Agencies Bloc shows strong performance hinh anh 1Dao Ngoc Dung, Secretary of the Party Committee of the bloc (Photo:Internet)


The Party Organisation of the Central Agencies Bloc (CAB) has performed well in the past five years, helping guide the management of State agencies and people’s organisations and contributing to building and reinforcing the strong political system in central agencies, according to Dao Ngoc Dung, Secretary of the Party Committee of the bloc.

Gathering strategic agencies playing advisory roles for the Party, National Assembly, Government and Vietnam Fatherland Front, the CAB Party Organisation has actively directed the implementation of the political tasks of central agencies, said Dung, who is also a member of the Party Central Committee.

Currently, there are 63 smaller Party organisations operating under the CAB Party Organisation, grouping 63,000 Party members and 680,000 public servants and workers.

Over the past five years, the Organisation has renovated its leadership methods, concentrating on emerging issues and problems while defining core tasks and solutions each year.

Particularly, it has focused on strictly and creatively implementing the Party Central Committee’s resolution on a number of urgent issues in Party building, overcoming shortcomings and fighting degradation among Party members, noted Dung.

Thanks to the success in implementing the resolution as well as the Politburo’s instructions on studying and following President Ho Chi Minh’s moral example, substantial progress has been made in Party building among central agencies with higher responsibility and improved working attitude among public servants, he said.

Regarding key directions of the CAB Party Organisation in the 2015-2020 tenure, Dung said it will focus on building a pure and strong Party organisation that plays a pioneer role with enhanced Party member capacity for the successful implementation of central agency political tasks.

This is also the theme for the ongoing Congress of the Party Organisation of the Central Agencies Bloc from October 13-15, he added.

To this end, Party organisations and members of the Organisation should promote solidarity and their core role in the central agencies while building strong Party organisations with enhanced leadership, stated Dung.

He also pointed to the need to prevent degradation in thought, politics, morals and lifestyles among Party members as well as renovate leadership methods of Party committees at all levels and foster close coordination with other central Party bodies.-VNA