The Standing Board of the Party Committee of Cao Phong district has issued many documents to step up the implementation of the Politburo’s instructions regarding the campaign on studying and following President Ho Chi Minh’s thought, morality and lifestyle, a local official has said.

The piggy bank model has provided support for disadvantaged women and children in Hop Phong commune of Cao Phong district.

Nguyen Quang Hung, Standing Deputy Secretary of the district's Party Committee, said apart from the communications work, all-level Party Committees and administrations, and agencies have worked out action plans making the studying and following a regular task.

Notably, all of the 49 Party organisations in the district have devised their own implementation plans, and more than 96% of local officials, Party members and public servants have seriously followed the President’s example.

The committee has multiplied role models in this regard, with more than 300 collectives and individuals registering to follow the President’s thought, morality and lifestyle.    

Hung said the new methods employed by Cao Phong have significantly contributed to the Party building and the prevention of phenomena of degradation in political ideology, morality and lifestyle among officials and Party members, as well as the implementation of socio-economic and emulation programmes.

Since 2021, as many as 76 collectives and individuals in Cao Phong have received certificates of merit, and 12 collectives and individuals have been recognised as role models in implementing the Politburo’s Conclusion No. 01-KL/TW on further realising its Directive No. 05-CT/TW on enhancing the studying and following of President Ho Chi Minh’s thought, morality and lifestyle.

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