Top leader asks academy of politics to build development strategy
The Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics (HCMA)
needs to clearly define its missions and visions to build a long-term
development strategy, Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong
said while attending a ceremony marking its 70th founding anniversary in
Hanoi on September 14th.
Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong
speaks at the event (Photo: VNA)
As a Party school, the primary priority of the
academy is to train and provide further training for leaders and managers
who are absolutely loyal to the Party’s ideal and the national revolutionary
cause, and wholeheartedly serve the country and people, he said.
At the same time, the HCMA should step up the fight
against wrong views and distorted allegations of hostile forces, thus
helping to defend the Party, State, people and socialist regime, the leader
He asked the academy to focus on the quality of
training while diversifying its training programmes and opening refresher
courses for strategic officials.
The leader emphasised the significance of educating
learners with firm political skills and spirit, ideological stance, and
The academy should promote its role as a leading
national centre for training and improving qualifications and knowledge for
cadres in charge of the Party building as well as lecturers of political
theory for political schools and univeristies across the country, he said.
The top leader suggested the HCMA to make greater
efforts and investment in scientific research and translate outcomes into
teaching, dissemination and education of politics, and policy consultancy.
The Party Central Committee is compiling draft
documents for submission to the upcoming 13th National Party Congress, he
said, expecting that the academy, with a large number of talented and
wholehearted lecturers and scientists, would make positive and effective
contributions to the preparation of such important documents.
The leader called on the HCMA to take the lead in
preventing the degradation of political ideology, morality and lifestyle as well
as manifestations of internal “self-evolution” and “self-transformation.”
The academy should strive to create a modern and integrated learning
environment, focusing on improving the quality and international cooperation to
selectively acquire global achievements and experiences in training high-quality
human resources and conducting scientific research, especially in politics,
leadership and management, he added./.