Politics regime of Vietnam

Political regime of Vietnam: Vietnam follows the style of the socialist republic state. The Constitution approved in 1992 and 2013 reaffirmed the central leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam (created in 1930, named from 1951 to 1976: Workers' Party of Vietnam) in politics and social life.

Politics regime of Vietnam

Regime of politics in Vietnam - Organization of power:

The constitution approved in 1992 and 2013 reaffirmed the central leadership of the Communist Party of Vietnam. But according to the decision of this Constitution, the National Assembly is the organization of the supreme power of the Vietnamese people while also playing the legislative role.

With more than 500 members elected every five years by direct universal suffrage, the National Assembly, the legislative power, is responsible for completely overseeing all government activities, electing the Prime Minister, approving the list of ministers…The Congress of the National Assembly is held twice a year.

The President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam is also the head of State, the commander-in-chief of the armed forces and the chairman of the National Defense and Security Committee. The President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam is elected by the National Assembly every 5 years

The Prime Minister of Vietnam at the head of the executive power leads his government composed of ministers and committees, but the list of ministers is approved by the National Assembly. The government, the highest administrative agency of the state, is elected by the National Assembly of Vietnam and is the highest administrative agency of the state but is under the supervision of the state and the National Assembly.

The judicial organizations are the People's Supreme Court based in the capital Hanoi, the People's Courts (at the district and provincial levels) and the military courts. The head of the Supreme People's Court is elected by the National Assembly but approved by the President of the State.

Vietnam has also currently many socio-political organizations, such as: the Vietnam Homeland Front, the General Union, the Vietnamese Women's Union, the Ho Chi Minh Youth Communist Association, the Vietnam Veterans Union, the Union of Vietnamese Cultivators...

The administrative plan:

Vietnam has 58 provinces: An Giang, Bac Giang, Bac Kan, Bac Lieu, Bac Ninh Ben Tre ... Each province has its City Hall, the People's Council and representatives of the Communist Party with offices or Sở in Vietnamese language realizing the concerning tasks: Office of Natural Resources and Environment, Office of Health, Office of Planning and Investment, Office of Finance, Office of Agriculture and Rural Development...

The Office is dependent on the Provincial People's Committee to assume the function of advising and assisting the Provincial People's Committee in State Management of concerning branches and estates according to the decision of the law. The Office is under the supervision of the Provincial People's Committee and the Chairman (Mayor) of the Provincial People's Committee.

Above the province, there are districts called huyện (quận in city) with the same administrative offices called Phòng in Vietnamese language…A province can have about ten districts.

Above the districts, there are communes called Xã (phường in city) directed by the presidents and the Popular Councils. Under each commune, there are the villages managed by the village chiefs and their councilors who are no longer civil servants.

There are 5 biggest cities: Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Hai Phong, Da Nang and Can Tho. If Hanoi is the political, cultural capital ... Ho Chi Minh City is the economic capital.

Vietnam's political regime at the international level:

Vietnam is a member of the United Nations, the Organization of Francophone Nations, ASEAN (Association of Nations in South East Asia), AFEC (Economic Cooperation in Asia-Pacific), WTO, UNESCO , IMF, UNIDO, Interpol...

The political regime in Vietnam is characterized by stability with the priority of developing its economy after several chaotic decades of numerous conflicts during its turbulent history.