Party, State leaders meet voters after NA’s sixth session

Wednesday, 2018-11-28 11:25:43
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Politburo member Hoang Trung Hai speaking at the meeting with voters in Chuong My district (Photo: anninhthudo.vn)
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NDO – Politburo member and Secretary of Hanoi municipal Party Committee Hoang Trung Hai held a meeting with local voters in the capital city’s Chuong My and Quoc Oai districts on November 27.

At the event, voters appreciated the outcomes and innovations of the 14th National Assembly (NA)’s sixth session as well as expressed their concerns about various issues.

Politburo member Hai asked the local authorities to closely coordinate with the city’s departments and agencies in planning production areas as well as in developing the processing industry in association with agricultural production.

He also noted that the city has allocated VND2 trillion from medium-term capital to implement a project to manage the pollution in Day river.

The municipal authorities are promoting projects which help people to avoid floods and to develop sustainably, as well as re-planning residential areas in association with production, added the Politburo member.

On the same day, Politburo member and Secretary of Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan briefed the voters in Hoc Mon district on the outcomes of the 14th NA's sixth session.

Politburo member Nguyen Thien Nhan speaking at the meeting with voters in Hoc Mon district (Photo: congan.com.vn)

At the meeting, he emphasised that anti-corruption work is an urgent and long-term task for the survival of the Party and the country.

Politburo member Nhan also said that the voters’ reflections, supervisory activities of people-elected bodies, people’s denunciations and media reports are all important channels for relevant agencies to identify corruption behaviours.

At his meetings with voters in Go Dau district, Tay Ninh province, Secretary of Party Central Committee and Chief of the PCC Office Nguyen Van Nen listened to voters’ queries and suggestions on numerous problems.