Thu. Apr 18th, 2024

The collection of public feedback on the draft revised 1992 Constitution
aims to forge a progressive Constitution that matches the realities and
history of Vietnam, as well as the will of the Party and the hearts of
the people.

Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung made
the affirmation in the northern city of Hai Phong on March 19 while
meeting with representatives of former soldiers who fought at the Dien
Bien Phu battle in 1954.

Dung added that the
revised Constitution aims to successfully realise the goal of
industrialisation and modernisation, firmly safeguard independence,
territorial sovereignty and integrity, bring into full play human and
citizens’ rights, as well as the mastery role of the people, and build a
law-governed Socialist Vietnam of the people, by the people and for the
people under the Party leadership.

He stressed
that the Party and State call on and create all favourable conditions
for each citizen to contribute their ideas, brainpower, responsibility
and passion to the draft amendments.

The Government
leader also urged the Party, State and every single citizen to fight
against unconstructive speeches and actions that sow division and harm
solidarity in the Party and society, helping protect the legitimate
interests of the country.

Sharing unity and
socio-economic stablisation is a prerequisite for the whole Party, armed
forces and people to successfully realise socio-economic goals,
ensuring defence-security and socio-political stability set out by the
11 th National Party Congress.

In Hanoi on the same
day, the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee’s Commission for
External Relations also held a conference to gather its cadres and
officials’ opinions on the draft revised Constitution.-VNA

By vivian