The cover of the book on Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong (Photo: nhandan.com.vn)
The book was introduced to ministries, agencies, organisations and schools at an event in Hanoi on June 20.
The 600-page book collects articles by scholars, writers, artists, journalists, officials, workers and the leader’s colleagues and old friends. Some of them have never met the Party leader in person, but only know him through the mass media.
The articles are arranged in three parts, the first of which introduced the Party leader’s life since he was a student and his career, during which he had held various positions, from Editor-in-Chief of the Communist Review to Vice Secretary then Secretary of the Party Committee of Hanoi, Vice Chairman then Chairman of the Central Theoretical Council, Chairman of the National Assembly, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee (CPV CC), and Party General Secretary and President at present. The authors remember the leader as a smart, honest and dedicated official who is always enthusiastic about work and responsible towards the Party, the people and the country.
The second part is dedicated to articles on the Party leader’s contributions to the national reform, especially since he served as Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee to present.
Be from any angle, the authors all affirmed that Secretary General and President Phu Trong is a leader with far-sighted strategic vision and high sense of justice when dealing with specific matters.
The third part comprises articles on the leader’s external activities, particularly his trips to foreign countries which contributed to the success of the country’s external policy and international integration.
On the occasion, Politburo member and head of the CPV CC’s Commission for Organisational Affairs Pham Minh Chinh, CPV CC Secretary and Chief of the CPV CC Office Nguyen Van Nen, CPV CC member and Editor-in-Chief of Nhan Dan newspaper Thuan Huu presented the book to several outstanding libraries and schools.-
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