Vietnamese President Phuc Resigns
President Nguyen Xuan Phuc has reportedly resigned from his post in Vietnam.
According to the news of VnExpress, the Communist Party of Vietnam ended the Presidency of Phuc, whose resignation demand was accepted, the Presidency of the National Defense and Security Council for the 2021-2026 period, and the membership of the Politburo and the party committee. In the statement, it was stated that Phuc is one of the key leaders of the party and the state, and assumed important positions in the committee and the Politburo.
On the other hand, it was emphasized that as the head of state, Nguyen Xuan was also responsible for the corruption of two deputy prime ministers and three ministers, which had serious consequences in their duties, and they were dismissed, and two ministers and many ministers were dismissed. Other ministers noted that the official was also on trial. Nguyen Xuan, 69, was elected president in a vote in the National Assembly and was sworn in on April 5, 2021.
Vietnam was ranked 77th in the world during the presidency of Nguyen Xuan, who is stated to have moved his country forward economically with the steps he took. Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Index covering 141 countries. . rose from rank to 67.