Party General Secretary meets voters of Tay Ho, Ba Dinh Districts (13/10/2017)
HNP - General Secretary of the Vietnamese Communist Party Nguyen Phu Trong and the Ha Noi National Assembly (NA) delegation’s constituency No.1 met voters in Tay Ho and Ba Dinh Districts on October 12 in preparation for the fourth session of the 14th National Assembly. Chairman of the Ha Noi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung also attended the delegation.
Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong speaks at the meeting with Ha Noi voters, Ha Noi, October 12.
At the meeting, voters of Tay Ho and Ba Dinh Districts highly appreciated the innovative activities of the National Assembly and voiced their hope that NA will raise the effectiveness and efficiency of the law-making process and strengthen its monitoring role, especially in sensitive and complex fields .
Additionally, Ha Noi voters also expressed satisfaction at the effective leadership of the Party and the direction and administration of the Government in recent years, especially in anti-corruption work, resolving and handling negative cases, which helped gain the trust of the people.
They also showed their deep concern over burning issues. They said the NA should take more drastic activities, especially in environment protection; preventing corruption, violations in official appointment and building and reorganizing the Party.
A voter in Ba Dinh District speaks at the meeting, Ha Noi, October 12.
Acknowledging voters’ opinions, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong thanked the constituents for their practical ideas and recommendations, saying that their ideas and suggestions will help NA deputies do their duties better.
The Party chief agreed with the voters’ opinions on the need of reforming the law-making work in the direction of improving quality and ensuring the implementation of laws, to raise the efficiency of supreme supervision of the National Assembly, particularly overseeing the enforcement of laws and urgent socio-economic issues.
He also called for more efforts to combat corruption and wastefulness, and to protect the environment.
By Le Anh