A scheme to build a strategy for building and perfecting a rule-of-law socialist State till 2030 with orientations to 2045 aims for the people’s prosperity and the country’s sustainable development, affirmed State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc at the first meeting convened by the steering committee for the scheme on July 3.
Delivering his opening speech, Phuc, also head of the 21-member committee, said the scheme has a wide research scope and is expected to be submitted to the Party Central Committee in October 2022.
|State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc speaks at the meeting__Photo: VNA
He affirmed the need to build a strategic and practical project and to reach an agreement on basic viewpoints needed for successfully building of the rule-of-law socialist State, including human protection, corruption prevention and combat, and a legal system that ensures international integration.
At the function, participating members suggested a series of measures to identify the date for related research based on the nation’s achievements obtained after 35 years of reform.
They recommended focusing on studying and reviewing the current situation and results of the building the rule-of-law socialist State in Vietnam so far, considering this an important practice for future works.
Concluding the meeting, President Phuc stressed that the project aims to serve the people for the goal of sustainable national development in accordance with the Resolution adopted by the 13th National Party Congress. Therefore, the project should take scientific approach with a long-term vision till 2045 amid the global integration and the fourth industrial revolution.
Assigning the committee to collect feedback at the meeting, the State leader wished that its members would offer objective opinions that correctly reflect realities.
He asked relevant units to invite researchers and scientists to join in building the project, suggesting choosing the time since 1991 for research, with systematic topics with breakthroughs and solid steps.
Before the meeting, Phuc held a working session with legal experts in Hanoi on July 1 to listen to their feedback on the scheme.- (VNA/VLLF)