Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong, together with other National Assembly (NA) deputies of Hanoi, met with voters from Ba Dinh, Hoan Kiem, and Tay Ho districts on October 14.
Party General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong (front, second, right) greets Hanoi voters at the meeting on October 14 (Photo: VNA)
General Secretary and State President Nguyen Phu Trong, together with other
National Assembly (NA) deputies of Hanoi, met with voters from Ba Dinh, Hoan
Kiem, and Tay Ho districts on October 14.
Voicing their opinions at the meeting, held
ahead of the NA’s 10th session, voters expressed their hope that the
legislature would continue to make clear-sighted decisions and adopt suitable policies
to take the country forward on the path towards rapid, sustainable development.
They asked the NA to boost supervision,
especially over public investment and the building of key infrastructure in the
They also hoped that the 15th-tenure parliament,
to be elected next year, will see the ratio of full-time NA deputies increase
so that legislators can be wholeheartedly dedicated and improve the quality and
effectiveness of parliamentary activities.
Residents also urged the continued enhancement
of the fight against corruption, noting that the people always stand side-by-side
with the Party and State in the task.
The fight against corruption has generated
unprecedented results, they said, and called on the Party and State leader to
issue stronger directions.
Voters also noted with satisfaction that
preparations for the 13th National Party Congress have been made in a
scientific, methodical, and thorough manner and have a strategic vision. Personnel
work has been given special attention in order to select qualified cadres able
to meet requirements in the new era.
They voiced a belief that the 13th-tenure Party
Central Committee will be a strong contingent with sufficient capacity and
prestige to lead the nation to more prosperous development.
Welcoming opinions, Trong asked for more ideas
from the public to help parliamentarians fulfil their duties, while requesting that
the Hanoi NA delegation have a high sense of responsibility towards their
He also congratulated Hanoi on the success of
its recently-finished Party Congress, and said the capital has never had the stature
it holds at present.
It needs to set an example for other localities
nationwide to follow, he said, adding that after the municipal Party Congress, it
will enjoy new development in order to live up to its role as Vietnam’s capital.
Meetings between legislators and voters are
regular activities before and after each session of the parliament.
The NA is scheduled to open its 10th session
later this month./.