(HBO) – The Party Committee of Hoa Binh province has recently held a video-conference on enhancing the Party building and the establishment of mass organisations in non-state businesses. Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Bui Van Tinh chaired the event with the attendance of Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council Tran Dang Ninh and Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Bui Van Cuu.


Bui Van Tinh, member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV), Secretary of the Hoa Binh Party Committee concludes the conference.

On October 29, 2017, the Standing Committee of the provincial Party Committee promulgated Directive 38 enhancing the Party building and the establishment of mass organisations in non-state businesses in the locality between 2015 and 2017. Positive outcomes were recorded after three years of implementation thanks to the engagement of local authorities and political and social organisations at all levels. Many workers and business owners aspired to become a member of the Communist Party of Vietnam and partake in mass organisations’ activities. Forty-eight non-state enterprises in Hoa Binh have established Party organisations with 544 members; 191 grassroots trade unions with over 21,000 members; and 16 youth unions with 1,055 members. Since establishment, the role and position of Party and mass organisations have been increasing, thus helping raise business awareness of obeying the Law on trade unions and Law on labour to ensure the legitimate rights and interests of workers.

Concluding the event, Secretary of the Hoa Binh Province Party Committee Bui Van Tinh hailed localities for implementing Directive 38, creating positive changes in raising awareness of business owners in non-state companies. However, the communication and guidance of businesses to establish Party and mass organisations have yet been effective, he said. The Resolution adopted at the fifth session of the 12th Central Party Committee highlights the private economy as an important driving force for the development of the socialist-oriented market economy. Therefore, the Party committees of Hoa Binh city and districts in the province need to reorganise and increase the quality of activities of Party organisations and political and social ones in private and foreign-invested businesses, he stressed. He called to double the number of Party and mass organisations in non-state enterprises, especially in Da Bac, Mai Chau, Tan Lac and Lac Thuy districts.

He requested to step up communication campaigns and enhance State administrative management in implementing the Government’s Decree 98 on stipulating the establishment of political and social organisations in all economic sectors as well as honouring business owners, Party and mass organisations, trade unions, Party and youth union members for implementing Directive 38 well. He also asked to help businesses set up Party and mass organisations to create momentum for their sustainable development

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