Although the French colonialists declared Vietnam's independence in 1945, the country's common people were liberated almost three decades later. The French left Vietnam, but the country's people have long fought with US forces. It was almost impossible for the war-torn country to stand up straight. Immediately after the end of the Vietnam War in 1965, the process of uniting the whole country began. But in the war-torn country, the food crisis and inflation were evident.
Moreover, at that time there was little to say about infrastructure in Vietnam.
But look at today's Vietnam. The country's capital is one of the foremost cities in Asia. The country's economic and infrastructural development is eye-catching. Behind all this is the name of a revolutionary leader of the country. Under his able leadership, the fragile economy is transformed into a sustainable economy. That great leader of Vietnam is Do Moi.
He died on October 1, 2016 at the age of 101. But in every corner of the country, he has left an impression of his brave and intelligent thinking. He has spent 6 springs of his life in the field of politics. He continued the revolution from adolescence to old age. He fought to oust the French colonialists. He has also fought against unbridled inflation. He has also worked for the betterment of the living standards of the people of the country.
Revolutionary political career
Do Moi was born on February 2, 1918, in Dong Fu, Tan Trai, next to Hanoi, the current capital of Vietnam. Although he is now known as Do Moi, his family name was Wang Dai Kong. He went out in search of livelihood from his childhood. So it did not become an opportunity to study. He started his career as a house painter.
Then, at the age of 14, he became involved in nationalist politics. Whose goal was to drive the French colonialists out of the country. Then, at the age of 18, she married Hang Pham and started her family life.
At the age of 19, he joined the French Popular Front. Who were protesting against the French. Then in 1939, at the age of 22, Ho Chi Minh joined the Indochina Communist Party. This was his first step into formal politics.Two years later, he was arrested by the French colonial government and sentenced to 10 years in prison. Moi escaped through a prison sewer after spending four years in Hanoi's Hua Lo prison. He then took part in various revolutionary struggles against the French.