At the meetings, the deputies briefed voters of agenda for the upcoming session as well as the outcomes of the previous meetings.
Accordingly, the NA’s 7th session is expected to open on May 20 and wrap up on June 13. At this session, the NA will consider approval of seven bills and one draft resolution, and review important issues.
Voters of Chuong My district voiced their concerns about a number of issues, including raising the budgets of the Fatherland Front Committees and organizations as well as remuneration for local officials; adjusting tenure duration of some titles; inspecting and supervising Nam Son Cement Plant to guarantee environmental sanitation; speeding up a project on expanding Highway 6.
They also recommended the National Assembly and the Government to take action against counterfeitand dirty food, child abuse, violence and school drugs; set up policies supporting agriculture to improve famers’ living standards; and pay attention to new-style rural area construction and land management, among others.
Meanwhile, voters of Long Bien district raised their concern about burning issues, including sexual harassment, child abuse, and serious traffic accidents.
A voter of Thanh Oai district voices his concern.
At the meeting, voters of Thanh Oai district raised matters related to remuneration for communal staffs, new-style rural area building, environmental pollution treatment, waste collection, traffic safety, land clearance, and others.
Deputies acknowledged all voters’ feedback and committed to sending them to functional agencies for consideration and settlement.