21/11/2017 09:25 GMT+7 Email Print Like 0

Vietnam attends 14th Congress of Brazilian Communist Party

Hanoi, November 20 (VNA) – Deputy head of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee’s Commission for External Relations Tran Dac Loi attended the 14th Congress of the Communist Party of Brazil (PCdoB) which took place in Brasilia on November 17-19.

The congress, bringing together about 700 delegates, discussed global and regional issues and today’s political situation in Brazil. It highlighted achievements and lessons learned from failures of the country’s left-wing government over the past decade, thus setting forth its goals in the time ahead.

The congress adopted the resolution, namely “The Broad Front: The New Path for Brazil – Democracy, Independence, Development and Social Progress”, to prepare for the Brazilian presidential election for the 2019-2022 term.

It also adopted the revised version of the PCdoB’s Charter to reinforce and develop its power in an effort to protect social welfare policies and improve people’s living standard, as well as towards peace, independence, freedom, prosperity, democracy in social progress in Brazil.

Luciana Santos was re-elected as the PCdoC chairwoman.

Speaking at a meeting with Loi, Santos thanked the CPV for sending a delegation to attend the congress and affirmed her hope to strengthen friendship and cooperation between the two parties and people of Vietnam and Brazil in the future.