Party and State leaders meet voters ahead of National Assembly plenary

Friday, 2019-05-03 10:45:49
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Tran Quoc Vuong, permanent member of the Secretariat, at the meeting with voters in Yen Bai province. (Photo: VOV)
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NDO - Party and State leaders met with voters in their constituencies on May 2 to learn about their opinions ahead of the upcoming plenary of the 14th National Assembly.

In Yen Bai province, Tran Quoc Vuong, permanent member of the Secretariat, said he highly valued the voters’ heartfelt opinions while affirming that the parliament’s operation is being reformed to meet voters’ demands.

He said he expects voters to step up supervision over members of the National Assembly, People’s Councils and governments at all levels so that their performance will be improved.

Vuong informed the audience that the National Assembly is set to pass a piece of legislation on the harmful effects of alcoholic drinks. He also announced that a flood map has been created to help prevent floods in mountainous regions, including Yen Bai.

In Quang Ninh province, Pham Minh Chinh, head of the Central Organisation Commission, informed voters in the city of Cam Pha of the agenda of the upcoming parliamentary plenary session.

Local voters voiced their opinions on a variety of issues, such as vocational training, educational reform, exam cheating, school violence, sexual abuse and recovery of embezzled assets.

After listening the voters’ opinions, Chinh promised to transfer them to the National Assembly at its upcoming meeting.

In Lam Dong province, head of the Central Commission for Mass Mobilisation Truong Thi Mai heard voters’ opinions on measures to protect the environment and forests, fight corruption, and speed up construction of the Dau Giay-Lien Khuong Expressway.

They also reported on current issues that affect their lives, such as increasing petrol and electricity prices.

On behalf of the National Assembly deputies representing Lam Dong, Mai took note of voters’ opinions and clarified a number of the Party and State’s policies as well as the determination to combat corruption and protect the environment.

The 7th plenary of the National Assembly is scheduled to open on May 20.