Proclaimed by Lord Huynh the leader, on 21 Sept 1946 (according to the copy of the Executive of Interprovincial Social Democracy M.T.N.V.) 1947 to 1949:
a) Foreign Policy:
1. Base on the Charter of the United Nations Organisation (UNO) and the joint protection of peace, cooperation with other nations, on a free and equal footing;
2. Aim to fight for national liberation and independence;
3. Campaign for international recognition of the right of lesser nations to self-determination and cooperate with these against invading imperialists.
b) Domestic Policy:
1. See Vietnam as one entity: her three regions, North, Centre and South all appertain to the same nation.
2. Consolidate the polity of Democratic Republic by safeguarding the whole people's right to freedom and democracy.
3. Provide support for Central Government in its movement for unification and sovereignty.
4. Coalesce with other political parties against colonial calamity.
5. Maintain “Politicising the whole people”.
6. Fight the dictatorship of all descriptions.
a) Encompassing Principles:
1. Recognize private property provided it does not adversely affect public life;
2. Maintain nationally vital enterprises under state control;
3. Reserve the right to nationalise a portion of industrial sector;
4. Keep a portion of industrial sector open to domestic and foreign investors;
5. Devise a set of measures to prevent workers' exploitation.
1. Repopulate for land clearance;
2. Establish national plantations and kibbutz-model villages;
3. Buy back overly concentrated plantations to sell to peasants or the state.
4. Establish communty funds and production cooperatives to help peasants buy non-profit equipment and machinery (tractors, harvesters, trucks v.v.).
5. Propagate scientific knowledge to raise productivity in agriculture, ranching, irrigation, and forestry v.v.
1. Procure necessary tools for development of the national economy;
2. Step by step develop key manufacturers spearheaded by light ones;
d) Commerce: Establish consumer cooperatives to sell necessities at an urban and communal level.
e) Finance: Establish the National Bank.
III. SOCIAL POLICY:
1. Ban narcotics, alcoholism, gambling, prostitution, and corruption;
2. Enforce social laws thoroughly;
3. Improve the multifaceted lives of tillers, white and blue collar by opening as many medical, educational and training facilities, charity, maternal and infant welfare, childcare centres, aged care and , hospitals, schools, cinemas, etc, while ensuring that the tillers equally benefit from science like their urban workers.
1. Ban the enslaver culture;
2. Set up compulsory, free preschools, primary education;
3. Skills training, overseas studies, and scholarships;
4. Establish career orientation centers.
1. Organise Youth Leagues who can tackle modern society;
2. Open cafes, drop-in centres, sport facilities, for youth
1. Establish defense units;
2. Hold short-term military courses for village-level reservists.
3. Open cadet academies, sending high-ranking militaries overseas for training;
4. Provide special courses for officers and soldiers of armies keen to join permanent national troops.
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