Additional ‘special candidates’ have been considered and introduced by the Vietnamese Politburo to be up for re-election for next term’s four most important posts of leadership during the final Party meeting that opened in Hanoi on Monday. th meeting of the 11th Party Central Committee in the capital city to carry out the final phase of preparation for the upcoming National Party Congress. The event is regarded as the final meeting of the 11th Party Central Committee. Following the opinions collected from the previous plenum, the Politburo has evaluated, considered and recommended extra ‘special candidates,’ who are members of the Party Central Committee of the current term, for re-election for the four key positions, namely the General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Prime Minister, National Assembly Chairman, and State President, for the next tenure. The meeting is of great significance as it will decide on the final preparations for the coming National Party Congress, requiring the participants’ high sense of responsibility to fulfill the agenda, the Vietnam News Agency quoted Party General Secretary Trong as saying. He also asked the delegates to thoroughly consider the Politburo’s proposals, and appraise and complete all the tasks listed in the agenda…
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