January 16, 2019 11:47 PM
January 16, 2019 11:47 PM
Party policies and guidelines
Document of the 6th National Party Congress (15-18/12/1986)
    Political report of the Central Party Committee at the 6th National Party Congress
Document of the 7th National Party Congress (24-27/6/1991)
Political report of the Central Party Committee at the 7th National Party Congress
Document of the mid-term National Party Congress Legislature VII
    Political report of the Central Party Committee (Legislature VII)
Resolution of the 8th Plenum of the Central Party Committee (Legislature VII)
Document of the 8th National Party Congress (28/6 – 1/7/1996)
    Political report of the Central Party Committee at the 8th National Party Congress
    Direction and duties of the 5-year socio-economic development plan 1996-2000
Resolution of the 3rd Plenum of the Central Party Committee (Legislature VIII)
    On promoting the people’s ownership and continuing to build and strengthen the State of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Resolution of the 7th Plenum of the Central Party Committee (Legislature VIII)
    On some issues of the organisation of the political system, salary and social welfare pertaining to the state budget
Document of the 9th National Party Congress (19/4 – 22/4/2001)
To promote the nation’s power, to continue the renovation process, speed up industrialisation and modernisation, develop and protect the Socialist Fatherland of Vietnam (Political report of the National Party Committee Legislature VIII at the 9th National Party Congress)
Resolution of the 5th Plenum of the Central Party Committee (Legislature IX)
    On the renovation and improvement the quality of the grassroots political system in communes, wards and townships
Guidelines and Policies of the Communist Party of Vietnam for the Doi moi process in Vietnam
Public Administration Reform is relatively new in Vietnam, implemented in a context where knowledge of and experience in modern State management was limited with old approaches employed of, “trial and error” or “doing by learning.” As a result, the Doi Moi (Renovation) Process, initiated in the 6th Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) 1986, focused largely on formulating concepts and key, guiding principles for the PAR process, and establishing contents, directions, guidelines and measures/ solutions for implementation in each period of development.
More news
News updated
04/11/2007 10:29

A Marvelous Mouse Click

04/11/2007 10:22

A new road “of the people, by the people, for the people”

04/11/2007 10:07

Hands of gold

04/02/2007 04:34

A change in the culture

01/24/2007 02:19

People’s Committee of Can Tho city enacts a resolution on the continuation of intensifying and improving the quality of PAR activities in the second phase (2006-2010)

Video
Video




Chuong trinh tong the 2010 Tinh hinh trien khai Cac co che cai cach Cau chuyen CCHC Thao luan Y kien bao chi Y kien nguoi dan Dia chi lien he

Comments from the press
07/11/2006 04:49

Reform and WTO-entry lead drive for national development

05/17/2006 01:23

Vision, policy, justice: the right formula for a strong government

05/15/2006 09:59

Modern cities require suitable system of urban administration

04/05/2006 09:41

Mechanism required to enforce and safeguard the Constitution

03/30/2006 10:39

Decision on civil servant admission forged

User Online
Total
00000-1
User online 576

Public Administration Reform Website
Ministry of Home Affairs
License No: 79/GP-BC of Ministry of Culture and Information
Website manager: Information Centre - Ministry of Home Affairs. Tel (844) 62821016 - Fax (844) 39740617 - Email: websitecchc@moha.gov.vn
Website editor: Department of Administrative Reform Ministry of Home Affairs. Tel (844) 08046247 - Fax (844) 39740617 - Email:vucaicachhanhchinh@moha.gov.vn
Address: No 8 Ton That Thuyet Street - Nam Tu Liem District - Hanoi.