General Secretary calls for election analysis

Party General Secretary and National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong has emphasised the necessity for a detailed analysis of the result of the May 22 elections of deputies to the 13th NA and people’s councils at all levels for the 2011-2016 term, in a preliminary report of the general elections.

Party General Secretary and National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Phu Trong speaks at the session (Photo: VNA)

At the fifth session of the Elections Council (EC) in Hanoi on May 30, NA Chairman Trong, who is also Head of the EC, said that the preliminary report had reflected the nature of the general elections.

However, the report should highlight new points of the elections, in which NA deputies and people’s council representatives were elected on the same day, Mr. Trong said.

For his part, Chairman of the NA Ombudsman Committee Tran The Vuong said that the report should clarify the significance of the EC’s role, the active instruction of the Party, State and NA leaders and the preparations for the elections.

In the meantime, Deputy Head of the Communist Party of Vietnam Central Committee (CPVCC) Commission for Organization Nguyen Van Quynh highlighted the special interest and high responsibility of nationwide voters for the elections.

Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Sinh Hung suggested the report should make an assessment and analysis of democracy, equality and the results of the elections.

According to EC Secretary General Pham Minh Tuyen, the successful elections took place in the atmosphere of democracy, equality and safety in line with the law.

Almost all cities and provinces nationwide reported a high rate of voters casting their ballots on the elections day with the northern mountainous provinces of Lai Chau, Ha Giang, Hoa Binh and Lang Son leading the country in terms of the rates of voters going to the polls, with 99.99 percent, Mr. Tuyen said.

The report will be made based on these opinions before being submitted to the NA Standing Committee next month

Source: VNA

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