-Do^`ng cha'y NongDuck Ma.nh said: Vietnamese will VOTE soon

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(FWD) Wednesday February 2, 3:35 PM Vietnam communist party chief admits party's economic mistakes

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HANOI (AFP) - The leader of Vietnam's communist party said his party made mistakes that caused a socio-economic crisis after the fall of Saigon in 1975.

"After the liberation of south Vietnam, the CPV made some mistakes resulting in a serious socio-economic crisis for the country," Nong Duc Manh said at a ceremony to mark the Communist Party of Vietnam's 75th anniversary in Hanoi.

In the aftermath of the war that ended when North Vietnamese troops entered Saigon in 1975, the country's economy teetered on the brink of collapse in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

In 1986, the communist party decided to begin the country's transition to a market economy.

In his statement, Manh also blamed some party members for bureaucracy and corruption while accusing "hostile forces" of undermining Vietnam's revolution.

"Not a small group of CPV members are morally degraded, bureaucratic and corrupted while hostile forces have always tried to use the peaceful evolution as well as violence to fight and overthrow the party," he said.

CPV controls all political, socio-economic and cultural activities in the country.

The official day recalled by historians as the party's foundation by President Ho Chi Minh is February 3.

Manh insisted "Vietnam is determined to follow socialism while the party plays a decisive role in leading the country's revolution to any victory."

Vietnamese detainee Father Thadeus Nguyen Van Ly talks to the media at Nam Ha prison in Ba Sao county, Nam Ha province, 80 km (50 miles) south of Hanoi, February 1, 2005. Ly, one of two prominent Vietnamese dissidents, is among nearly 8,500 prisoners freed on Tuesday as part of traditional pardons granted during Lunar New Year celebrations in February. REUTERS/Kham Reuters - Feb 01 5:08 AM

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When all Vietnamese people will do the Voting to select their President, Governors, Senators by their own ballots :))))without AK-47 point to their head :)))

Another 30 years ????????

-- Do you believe it or NOT :)))))) (ChuyenTriHOINACH@aol.com), February 02, 2005

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Vietnamese detainee Father Thadeus Nguyen Van Ly (R) signs his release papers as police at the Nam Ha prison in Ba Sao county, Nam Ha province, 80 km (50 miles) south of Hanoi, look on February 1, 2005. Ly, one of two prominent Vietnamese dissidents, is among nearly 8,500 prisoners freed on Tuesday as part of traditional pardons granted during Lunar New Year celebrations in February. REUTERS/Kham Reuters - Feb 01 5:04 AM

Kho^ng hie^?u ca'c anh Ve.m Hanoi a(n ca'i gio^'ng gi` ma` to^'n tie^`n to^'n cu?a + co^ng su+'c ha`nh ha. nguo+`i tu ha`nh chi? vi` ho. -do`i la.i nha` tho+` chu`a chie^`n cu?a ho. -da~ bi. Hanoi a(n cuo+'p ma^'t -de^? ro^`i la.i pha?i ba`y tro` ky' gia^'y to+` tha? ra sau bao nhie^m na(m tu` ?????

-- Do ever ask all Vietnamese oversea come home to contribute to Vietnam, the scholars dont work for the "Thien Heo" :)))) (CHuyenTriHOINACH@aol.com), February 02, 2005.


Nhin` Nong d. Manh voi' doa' hoa ho^ng` truoc' ma.t tro^ng tha^.t kho^i ha`i. Nhu* "bo^ng ho^ng` ca(m' bai~ cu*t' tra^u ! ".

-- saigon (saigon@hcm.vnn.vn), February 02, 2005.

Ma? cha ma^y' thang` gia` ca^u? ta(.c na`y, ngay ca? TT Nga hay TT My~ khi do.c die^n~ van va^n~ chi? co' ly nuoc' lan.h truoc' ma(.t, trong khi da^n thi` ngheo` kho^? ma` ba`y da(.t hoa ho^ng`, hoa do?. "Bo^. ao' kho^ng la`m ne^n tha^`y tu!". Tro^ng ma.t dung' la` mo^.t te^n ha. ca^p', sat' nha^n !!

-- vn (vn@fpt.vnn.vn), February 03, 2005.

Nhn Nồng đức Mạnh vớ đo hoa hồng trước mặt trng thật khi hị, như "bng hồng cắm bi cứt tru ! ".
Post lại cho saigon (saigon@hcm.vnn.vn), February 02, 2005.

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