THE SOCIAL DEMOCRAT PARTY OF VIETNAM'S DECLARATION
Proclaimed by Lord The Leader Huynh on 21 September 1946 (Following the copy of The Executive of Interprovincial Social Democrat M.T.N.V.) 1947-1949.
The Social Democrat Party of Vietnam was established on the 21 September 1946 with the consensus and unity of patriotic associations (resistance, labor unions, religions, and political parties)
VNSDP, a Nationalist Party advocating the entire self-determination of the people, consolidating national independence and new Vietnamese society.
The reason why the Party places national independence above all other issues is:
1.-Only if Vietnam has become independent, her people shall be equally treated to other peoples in the international arena; once mutually equal, these peoples can maintain international collaboration to construct a true world peace.
2.-The Vietnamese people, once they are self-determined and strong, can be impervious to imperialism and can effecctively implement political and economic measures, thus bringing happiness to all social strata.
VNSDP is a democratic party which upholds the radical implementation of the political principles of democratism: “Sovereignty is embedded in the whole people”.
With the motto “Politicising the People”, the Party resists any form of dictatorship.
VNSDP is the party for social revolution, basing economic development on socialist principles: it does not let the stronger group wrest the fruit of the weaker, ensuring that all shall benefit from their statewide income distribution accordingly to their talents and labor, and that people with disability or frailty shall receive adequate assistance.
VNSD's feature is that, at the present stage, no class struggle shall be fought among the Vietnamese people because, in the current Vietnamese society, over 80 years of being subjugated, there is only one class, the one exploited by colonial capitalists.
In order to prevent the class struggle, the formation of a 'New Vietnamese Society' must be based on the elements not conducive to an exploitative class, but germane to one class, that is, the productive one.
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