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National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam

 

National Congress of the Communist Party of Vietnam

The Communist Party of Vietnam is organized according to the Leninist principle of Democratic centralism.

The supreme party organ is the National Congress, which has been held every five years since 1976. Due to war footing during the time of wars against France and the United States, the first four congresses were not fixed according to a common time schedule. Since the Foundation Conference, 10 national CPV congresses have been held:

The National Congress elects the Central Committee, consisting of 160 full members and 21 candidates. The Central Committee usually meets twice a year.

Congresses

No. Began Ended Delegates Location Party members General Secretary
(tenure)
1st 27 March 30 March 1935 13 Macau, China 600 Lê Hồng Phong
(1935–1936)
2nd 11 February 19 February 1951 158 (53 alternates) Vinh Quang, Tuyên Quang 766,349 Trường Chinh
(1941–1956)
3rd 5 September 1960 12 September 1960 525 (51 alternates) Hanoi, Vietnam 500,000 Lê Duẩn
(1960–1986)
4th 14 December 1976 20 December 1976 1,008 Hanoi, Vietnam 1,550,000 Lê Duẩn
(1960–1986)
5th 27 March 31 March 1982 1,033 Hanoi, Vietnam 1,727,000 Lê Duẩn
(1960–1986)
6th 15 December 18 December 1986 1,129 Hanoi, Vietnam ~1,900,000 Nguyễn Văn Linh
(1986–1991)
7th 24 June 27 June 1991 1,176 Hanoi, Vietnam 2,155,022 Đỗ Mười
(1991–1997)
8th 28 June 1 July 1996 1,198 Hanoi, Vietnam 2,130,000 Lê Khả Phiêu
(1997–2001)
9th 19 April 22 April 2001 1,168 Hanoi, Vietnam 2,479,719 Nông Đức Mạnh
(2001–2011)
10th 18 April 25 April 2006 1,176 Hanoi, Vietnam ~3,100,000 Nông Đức Mạnh
(2001–2011)
11th 12 January 19 January 2011 1,377 Hanoi, Vietnam ~3,600,000 Nguyễn Phú Trọng
(2011–present)

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