58th anniversary of Lao People’s Revolutionary Party marked

March 25, 2013

The Organisation Board of the Party Central Committee held a lecture to celebrate the 58th founding anniversary of the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party (LPRP) in Vientiane Capital last Friday.

Head of Party Central Committee’s Organisation Board, Mr. Chansy Phosikham lectured on the long profile of the LPRP for Party members and his staff.

On the occasion, Mr. Chansy, representing the Party Central Committee’s Organisation Board, handed over red cards to 87 Party members, of whom 24 were women.

Mr. Chansy recalled the great history of the Party dating back to 1893 when Laos was a French colony and the Lao people were under French imperialist exploitation. “At that time there was a brave struggle of the Lao people for the independence and victory of the country in 1945,” said Mr. Chansy.

The LPRP was founded on 22 March 1955, following the resolution of the 2nd Congress of Indochina Communist Party, according to Mr Chansy.

The lecture was designed to equip Party members and civil servants a better understanding of tradition, history and the significant achievements in fighting for national independence against colonial power of the Party.


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