In attendance were Nguyen Duc Chung, member of the Party Central Committee and Chairman of the Municipal People’s Committee; Phung Thi Hong Ha, Vice Chairwoman of the Municipal People’s Council; Bui Huyen Mai, Deputy Head of the Municipal NA deputy delegation.
At the meeting, voters voiced their concerns over pressing issues, such as staff management, Law on Education, education reform, internet security.
A voter voices his concern at the meeting.
Besides, voters also expressed their opinions on issues under the city authority, such as attracting and using young human resources; supporting youth’s startups; and implementing the two codes of conduct, etc.
On behalf of Ha Noi’s leaders, Chairman of the Ha Noi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung explained a number of issues under his charge.
Regarding to job creation for youths, he said that Ha Noi has raised funds to support youth startups, the poor ’s economic development.
Especially, since October 1, 2017, the capital has officially launched the Ha Noi start-up ecosystem portal in support of the start-up community, the city leader stressed.
He affirmed that in the coming time, Ha Noi will continue cooperating with the State Bank of Viet Nam and the Ministry of Planning and Investment to raise the fund to support youth start-ups.
Chairman of the Ha Noi People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung explains issues under his charge.
In terms of paving streets with natural stone, Chairman Nguyen Duc Chung said that Ha Noi sets up standard requirement for both stone and paving method, and only degraded pavements where all cable, electrical wire have been undergrounded as well as lighting system and green trees are fully planted can be paved. So far, the Capital has assigned functional agencies to carry out inspection and strictly handle violation cases.
Speaking at the meeting, Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong acknowledged the voters’ concerns and thanked them for expressing their viewpoints, frank and constructive comments on a wide range of issues.
Talking about voters’ concerned issues, especially prevention and control of corruption, he said that the fight against corruption has gained remarkable achievements over the past time, partially satisfying with people’s expectations.
He noted that the fight against corruption and wastefulness is a prolonged and difficult battle that requires trust and determination.
In addition, he emphasized that more efforts should be made by the whole political system and more amendments should be made to existing anti-corruption policies.
If the combat against corruption, wastefulness and negative phenomena is successful, the Party will become pure and strong and its combat capability will be strengthened, he added.