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27 biểu hiện suy thoái: Cảnh báo và đề xuất

Download 27 biểu hiện suy thoái - How to recognize and prevent the signs of decline in yourself and others

If you are a member of the Communist Party of Vietnam or a patriotic citizen who cares about the development and security of your country, you should be aware of the 27 signs of decline that can affect your political ideology, morality, lifestyle, and behavior. These signs are identified by the Central Committee of the party in Resolution No. 04-NQ/TW, which aims to strengthen the building and rectification of the party, prevent and repel the deterioration in political ideology, morality, lifestyle, self-evolution, and self-transformation within the party. In this article, we will explain what are these signs, why they are dangerous, how to download and use the document that contains them, and how to prevent and combat them.

What are the 27 signs of decline?

The 27 signs of decline are divided into three groups, each with nine signs. They reflect the deviations from the party's principles, goals, directions, and disciplines that can occur among party members and cadres. Here is a summary of each group:

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The 9 signs of decline in political ideology

  • Fading revolutionary ideals; wavering or diminishing faith in national independence and socialism; doubting or lacking trust in Marxism-Leninism, Ho Chi Minh's thought.

  • Drifting away from the party's objectives; not being steadfast on the path to socialism; following distorted or erroneous perceptions or viewpoints.

  • Misunderstanding the significance and importance of theory and theoretical study; being lazy to study Marxism-Leninism, Ho Chi Minh's thought, the party's guidelines, directions, resolutions, policies, laws of the state.

  • Not strictly complying with the party's organizational principles; declining willpower, not being exemplary in work; avoiding responsibility, being irresponsible, mediocre, perfunctory, superficial, ineffective; not having a sense of devotion for the country and people, not fulfilling assigned duties.

  • Being secretive or afraid to admit shortcomings in self-criticism; being insincere or reluctant to accept discipline when having shortcomings. Being timid or evasive in criticism; not defending what is right or fighting against what is wrong; taking advantage of criticism to flatter or please others or to slander or defame others with impure personal motives.

  • Speaking or writing inconsistently with the party's viewpoints, directions; not matching words with deeds; promising more than doing; saying one thing but doing another; saying differently in meetings or outside meetings; being inconsistent between when holding office or when retiring.

  • Being arbitrary, imposing, conservative, only doing according to one's own will; not willing to learn, listen, accept reasonable opinions from others.

  • Ambitious for power, not obeying organizational assignments; being selective about positions or work assignments; choosing places with more benefits, choosing easy work but avoiding hard work; not being ready to take on tasks in remote or difficult areas. Even trying every way to lobby, influence, take advantage of votes or confidence votes for oneself in an unhealthy way.

  • Being trapped in "term thinking", only focusing on solving short-term problems that benefit oneself; taking advantage of appointing relatives, acquaintances, family members who do not have enough qualifications, capacity, or experience to hold positions or work in the party or state apparatus.

The 9 signs of decline in morality and lifestyle

  • Being greedy, corrupt, wasteful, embezzling, taking bribes, abusing power for personal gain; being dishonest, fraudulent, deceitful, colluding with others to cover up wrongdoings; being ungrateful, unfaithful, betraying the party and the people.

  • Being arrogant, conceited, self-righteous, self-satisfied; looking down on others, not respecting others; being rude, impolite, uncultured; being biased, unfair, discriminatory; being vengeful, vindictive, malicious.

  • Being individualistic, selfish, opportunistic; putting personal interests above collective interests; not caring about the common good; being indifferent or irresponsible to the fate of the country and people.

  • Being hedonistic, extravagant, luxurious; pursuing material pleasures; being addicted to gambling, alcohol, drugs, sex; violating the party's regulations on marriage and family.

  • Being lazy, idle, dependent; not working hard or diligently; not striving to improve oneself; not having a sense of self-discipline or self-control.

  • Being cowardly, pessimistic, negative; losing confidence in oneself and others; not daring to face difficulties or challenges; giving up easily or escaping from reality.

  • Being ignorant, narrow-minded, backward; not keeping up with the times or the development of science and technology; not being creative or innovative; resisting change or reform.

  • Being disloyal, untrustworthy, unreliable; breaking promises or commitments; leaking secrets or confidential information; spreading rumors or false information; causing division or conflict within the party or among the people.

  • Being influenced by hostile forces or foreign elements; being manipulated or exploited by them for their purposes; participating in activities that harm the party's reputation or interests.

The 9 signs of self-evolution and self-transformation

  • Denying or distorting Marxism-Leninism, Ho Chi Minh's thought; negating the historical role and achievements of the party and Uncle Ho; opposing the socialist orientation and path chosen by the party and people.

  • Rejecting or undermining the party's leadership role and position in society; weakening the party's unity and discipline; promoting pluralism or multipartyism in politics.

  • Undermining the state's authority and legitimacy; violating the constitution and laws of the state; interfering with the state's functions and powers; advocating for a separation of powers or a federal system in governance.

  • Challenging or questioning the national sovereignty and territorial integrity of Vietnam; supporting separatist movements or claims by other countries on Vietnam's land or sea areas.

  • Discrediting or defaming the party and state leaders and cadres; inciting discontent or distrust among party members and people towards them; creating factions or cliques within the party or state apparatus.

  • Spreading or supporting reactionary ideas or values that are incompatible with Vietnam's culture and traditions; promoting Westernization or modernization at the expense of national identity and character.

  • Fostering or joining civil society organizations that are not under the party's supervision or control; participating in illegal protests or demonstrations that disrupt social order and security.

  • Propagating or disseminating information that is harmful to the party's reputation or interests; using social media or other platforms to spread false news or rumors that cause confusion or panic among the public.

  • Collaborating or cooperating with hostile forces or foreign elements that have ill intentions towards Vietnam; receiving financial support or assistance from them for anti-party or anti-state activities.

Why are the 27 signs of decline dangerous?

The 27 signs of decline are dangerous because they can have serious consequences for both individuals and society. Here are some of the reasons why they should be avoided and prevented:

They undermine the revolutionary ideals and goals of the party and the nation

The 27 signs of decline can make party members and cadres lose their faith in socialism and national independence. They can also make them deviate from the party's guidelines and policies that are based on Marxism-Leninism and Ho Chi Minh's thought. This can lead to a weakening of the party's ideological foundation and political direction. It can also lead to a loss of direction and motivation for building a prosperous, democratic, equitable, civilized society for all people.

They erode the trust and solidarity among party members and people

The 27 signs of decline can make party members and cadres become dishonest, corrupt, selfish , opportunistic, or arrogant. They can also make them violate the party's regulations and disciplines, or abuse their power for personal gain. This can lead to a loss of trust and respect among party members and people. It can also lead to a deterioration of the party's prestige and image in society. It can also lead to a weakening of the party's internal cohesion and external relations.

They weaken the leadership and management capacity of party organizations

The 27 signs of decline can make party members and cadres become lazy, irresponsible, ineffective, or dependent. They can also make them avoid or shirk their duties, or choose easy work over hard work. They can also make them resist change or reform, or be conservative or backward. This can lead to a decline in the quality and performance of party organizations at all levels. It can also lead to a failure to meet the expectations and demands of the people and the development of the country.

How to download and use the 27 signs of decline document?

If you want to learn more about the 27 signs of decline and how to prevent and combat them, you can download and use the document that contains them from the official website of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam. Here are some information and tips on how to do that:

The source and content of the document

The document that contains the 27 signs of decline is Resolution No. 04-NQ/TW,


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