Political stability - Basis of peace and prosperity in Vietnam (Part 1)

20/11/2014


Conspiracy and sabotage the Communist Party of Vietnam, against the State of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam by the hostile forces through a strategy of “peaceful evolution” is an attempt to make instabile political situation in Vietnam. This is the “lesson” that the hostile forces, political opportunism have spent a lot of time and effort to study and conclude from the political conflict occurred in a number of countries and territories around the world in recent years. However, in fact, it does not cost much time of researching, analyzing to see that political instability occurring in a number of countries and territories around the world over time were “originated” from the political power struggle; conflicts of interest between the parties, or even internal ruling party. Consequences of political instability are not only the direct causes to impact on the economic development of each country, but also made a lot of pain, misery for the people. In countries or territories does not maintain political stability, the people who suffer the most severe consequences, are the labors in society.
To mention a few outline above to see clearly the severe consequences, terrible influences caused by political instability to every nation, ethnic group. It is also to understand the reason why the sabotage of hostile forces, political opportunitism focus on the aim of eliminating the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam, state of Vietnam and Vietnamese society. The modes to eliminate the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam are focusing on the implementation of psychological warfare attacks, distorting the policy of the Party, policies and laws of the State; taking advantage of the limitations and shortcomings of social management and the pressing issues in people’s lives to entice, provoke instability in the facility. They impact on perceptions, thoughts and feelings on a part of the people with many guise such as “
financial support to carry out the complaint”, “humanitarian assistance together with the mandatory conditions such as participating in festivals, participating in seminars, workshops...”, “incite people with social discontent post articles to slander and attack committees, local authorities with high levels of remuneration”... In short, the hostile forces, political opportunitism centralized taking advantage of the limited awareness on the part of the people to agitate and upset or taking advantage of the urgency in the lives of a number of cadres and Party members; using tricks to impact on the immediate interests for buying off the greed of man in order to reach the target of causing political instability, causing doubts about the position, role and social leadership Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam, gradually lowering the role of the Party, denying history towards eliminating the leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam to society, thereby changing the political regime, creating political opportunities and benefits for themselves without benefiting for even the smallest absolute majority of strata in society.
Referring to the position and role of political stability for the development of the country, recently, while answering the media at the 5th Asia Development Forum  held in Hanoi, Chairman of Asian Development Bank (ADB) Takehiko Nakao has appreciated the political stability and the stability of the macro economy in Vietnam. He said that it is a condition, solid basis for Vietnam to achieve economic growth and high growth uniformity. From the achievements in economic development in which foundation rooted in political stability, President Asian Development Bank hoped Vietnam would grow at 5.6% in 2014 while encouraging to return 7-8% growth in the coming years. (To be continued)


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Phạm Hiếu 20/11/14 16:05

Since 1990, Vietnam’s economy has made amazing progress with annual average growth of 7.5 percent. Even when many Southeast Asian countries were damaged by the Asian economic crisis in 1997-1998, the country’s economy still kept growing. In 1999 its economic growth rate reached 4.5 percent while other Southeast Asian countries, such as Thailand and Indonesia fell into crisis.

Quốc Kiên 20/11/14 16:06

the growth rate can be attributed to the consistent economic policy of integrating gradually into the global economy in line with the situation in Vietnam.

Huy Lâm 20/11/14 16:07

Vietnam has maintained its macro-economic policy for 20 years, in which it has reduced public debt and the inflation rate, ensuring a balance budget and controlling the amount of currency in circulation.

Quốc Cường 20/11/14 16:08

Political stability is one of the main factors that has helped Vietnam pursue its economic development policy.

Lê Tín 20/11/14 16:08

Since 1990, most other regional countries, except Singapore, have experienced coup d’etats or political crises. Meanwhile Vietnam has achieved political stability – a factor that enable Vietnam go ahead with its renewal process.

Quân Hoàng 20/11/14 16:09

One of Vietnam’s weaknesses is its trade deficit.

Huy Quốc 20/11/14 16:10

The country needs to improve its competitiveness by modernising businesses, which should have their own research and development departments to increase productivity and the quality of their products.

Hoàng Lân 20/11/14 16:11

In 1994-1995 when the Vietnam’s renewal process recorded many impressive results many French businesses came but felt disappointed about the cumbersome administrative procedures and finally left the country.

Vân Nhàn 20/11/14 16:12

The Government has adopted 17 decrees guiding the implementation of the salary reform plan. Along with this, the Ministry has issued regulations in this regard.

Hùng Quân 20/11/14 16:15

Tt is a condition, solid basis for Vietnam to achieve economic growth and high growth uniformity.

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