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Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Tags: Power control
Top 10 events of Vietnam in 2019 selected by VNA Top 10 events of Vietnam in 2019 selected by VNA
The Vietnam News Agency (VNA) has selected the top 10 events that shaped the country in 2019. These include the national public service portal debut, the host of the second US-DPRK Summit, or the non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for the 2020-2021 term, among others.
Principles of state power through various constitutions Principles of state power through various constitutions
In the regime of democracy and socialist rule of law, the state power is delegated by the people, which must, therefore, be inevitably controlled. The state power is often documented by constitutional provisions to define the mandates and rights of the legislative power, executive power and judicial power. The recognition and development of the principles of power delegation, coordination and control between legislative and executive bodies through various constitutions are linked with the historical contexts of the nation in each particular period.
Power control important to Party building Power control important to Party building
The Politburo of the Communist Party of Vietnam on September 23 issued the Regulation 205-QD/TW on control of powers in personnel work in both the Party and State systems.
The oversight system in the feudal period of Vietnam The oversight system in the feudal period of Vietnam
In order to guarantee the king’s unified power, Vietnamese feudal regimes created and operated consistently a state power-overseeing mechanism with two systems: intra-state and extra-state. This writing only dwells on the system overseeing the operation of the state management apparatus from inside.
Party resolves to streamline the political system apparatus Party resolves to streamline the political system apparatus
The 12th Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam on October 25 issued Resolution 18 setting specific targets for further renovating and restructuring the apparatus of the political system. Following are principal contents of the Resolution.
PM sets goals for judicial sector in 2017 PM sets goals for judicial sector in 2017
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has asked the judicial sector to take the initiative in advising the Government and Prime Minister on solutions to institutionalize all guidelines of the Party, National Assembly and Government set out in their resolutions and focus on improving legal institutions relevant to investment and business activities.
Party sets key tasks for improving the legal system up to 2020 Party sets key tasks for improving the legal system up to 2020
The Political Bureau of the Communist Party of Vietnam on April 4 issued Conclusion No. 01-KL/TW on further implementing its Resolution No. 48-NQ/TW on the Strategy for building and completing Vietnam’s legal system through 2010, with orientations toward 2020.
Salient provisions of the new Constitution Salient provisions of the new Constitution
On November 28, 2013, the Vietnamese National Assembly passed the Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (the Constitution), marking an important milestone in the country’s constitutional history. With 11 chapters and 120 articles (one chapter and 27 articles fewer than the 1992 Constitution), the new Constitution creates solid political and legal foundations for advancing the comprehen

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