The event saw the attendance of Permanent Deputy Chairman of the Municipal People’s Council Nguyen Ngoc Tuan, Vice Chairman of the Municipal People’s Committee Le Hong Son, and Deputy Head of the National Assembly deputy delegation of Ha Noi Bui Huyen Mai, among others.
At the meeting, local voters highly appreciated the outcomes of the 14th National Assembly’s 6th session, especially reforms in question-and-answer session, reflecting democracy and responsibility.
According to voter Hoang Van Toan (Chuc son commune), at the sixth session, the National Assembly approved the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership – CPTPP. It is a chance to expand the market for Vietnamese agricultural products, however, there are many challenges and difficulties.
He suggested that the Party, the State, and Ha Noi pay more attention to agricultural development, farmers and rural areas to ensure the stable consumption of agricultural products.
A voter gives his opinion at the meeting.
The voters also voiced their concern about environmental pollution in the Day River, synchronous infrastructure in power, transport and water supply, etc, building Chuong My to become a new style rural district by 2020.
Addressing the meeting, Secretary of the Ha Noi Party Committee Hoang Trung Hai recognized and received all straightforward and responsible comments of the voters.
Regarding a number of concerned issues, Secretary Hoang Trung Hai said that the city drafted a resolution on supporting the agricultural development and supply chains. Currently, Ha Noi is maintaining 125 chains.
Regarding to handling flooding areas in Chuong My suburban district, the city leader stressed the necessity to take solutions for sustainable development and stability of people's lives.
He also urged the treatment of environmental pollution in the Day River. Currently, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development deploys the improvement of the Day River at phase 2, meanwhile, the city implements a project on dredging the Tich River.
Secretary Hoang Trung Hai said that by 2022 the city will allocate about VND 2,000 billion to bring water from the Da River to the Tich River and then the Day River. Thus, he asked relevant units to monitor and drastically settle waste resources discharged into the Day River.