Rights to freedom of speech and press, and access to information and citizens’ obligations

Vietnam’s legal framework for citizens’ rights to freedom of speech and press, and access to information is technically adequate, synchronous and completely squared with international laws on human rights in which it clearly stipulates citizens’ rights and obligations and restrictions to these rights in specific circumstances for the sake of national interests and others’ legitimate rights and interests

To protect the Party’s ideological foundation in the Army

Over the past years, in order to firmly protect the Party’s ideological basis within the Army, all offices and units have attached great importance to effectively leading, directing and implementing the task of fighting against wrongful and hostile viewpoints, rendering each officer and soldier steadfast in Marxism-Leninism, Ho Chi Minh’s thought, and absolutely faithful to the Party, the Motherland and the people as well as willing to undertake and accomplish every single assigned mission

Building a contingent of strategic staff cadres in the General Staff – MoD’s Organ equal to the mission requirements

Making a pool of strategic staff cadres equal to the mission is of decisive significance to the General Staff’s fulfillment of its function and assigned task. To meet the requirements set by the Military building and the Homeland safeguarding in the new situation, a focus must be placed on leading and directing this work closely, effectively

Continue to renovate and improve the effectiveness of “People’s Police Force follows and realizes Uncle Ho’s six precepts” movement

With regard to the standard merits of a revolutionary police officer, President Ho Chi Minh once stated: “To himself, he must be hard-working, frugal, transparent and just/ to his partners, he must be friendly and supportive/ to the government, he must be absolute loyal/ to the people, he must be respectful and polite/ to his work, he must be devoted/ to the enemy, he must be uncompromising and smart”

Patriotic emulation - a driver for the Military to successfully fulfil the task

70 years ago, in the hardest and fiercest phase of our resistance war against the French Colonialists, following President Ho Chi Minh’s initiative, on March 27th, 1948, the Party Central Committee released the Directive on enhancing the Patriotic Emulation Movement to encourage every force engaging in resistance war and national construction

Vietnamese National Assembly begins 5th plenary meeting
The fifth plenary of the 14th National Assembly opened on May 21 in the capital of Hanoi, with the laws on special economic zones, cyber-security and defence high on the agenda

The art of establishing the posture in the battle of Bach Dang 938

The art of establishing the posture in the battle of Bach Dang 938

1,080 years ago, responding to the request for reinforcements by traitor Kieu Cong Tien, Southern Han dynasty launched an invasion of our country again in 938. Learning from their previous failure (930-931), they made elaborate preparations ranging from force, food to method of combat. To quickly conquer Dai Viet, they organized 2 arms in the two directions

MND’s Department of Judgement Enforcement – 25 years of establishment and development

MND’s Department of Judgement Enforcement – 25 years of establishment and development

MND’s Department of Judgement Enforcement is in charge of civil judgment enforcement in the military, founded on July 07, 2005, under the Degree No. 93/QĐ-BQP by the Minister of National Defence. It is also in charge of giving advice to the Central Military Commission and the Ministry of National Defence (MND), cooperating with the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) in state management of civil judgement enforcement in the Military

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