Communist Party to remain dominant

February 2005
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;Feb2005, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p1
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This article informs that the Communist Party of Vietnam will continue to dominate the political scene in Vietnam for the next few years. The Communist Party looks set to dominate the political scene in Vietnam over the next few years. There is growing speculation that Nguyen Minh Triet, the party secretary for Ho Chi Minh City, is being groomed as his eventual successor. Significantly, the party's general secretary, Nong Doc Manh, whose current tenure is due to expire at the country's next congress in 2006, will be reappointed for a further five years.


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