Vice-President urges for capacity building for Trade Unions

February 2, 2011

(KPL) Vice-President Bounnhang Vorachit has urged the Lao Federation of Trade Unions and its affiliated organisations to pay greater attention to capacity building of human recourses of the working class in the country and the political ideological education of the trade unionists and workers to ensure their mental competence and labour skill development for the national causes of industrialisation and modernisation.

Addressing yesterday’s meeting to mark the 55th founding anniversary of the Lao Federation of Trade Unions, Vice-President Bounnhang said that the Lao Federation of Trade Unions should pay attention to promoting and interpreting into reality slogan ‘Love the Country, Love Development’ in accordance with ‘Two Good and Five Ownership’ paradigm of the Federation.

At the meeting, President of the Lao Federation of Trade Unions Khamla Lorlonesy read a political report of the Federation highlighting the achievements and obstacles in materialising its set plans over five and half decades.

‘The Lao Federation of Trade Unions has attached attention to fulfil its roles in representing the rights and interest of workers of all ethnic groups and thanks to its efforts the living condition of workers has improved,’ said Mr. Khamla.

He also attributed the achievement in protecting rights of workers by the LFTU to the leadership of the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party.

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