President Truong Tan Sang continued his tour of
President Sang and National Assembly deputies met with voters in Districts 3 and 4 and to report results of the second session of the 13th National Assembly.
The President appreciated the frank opinions of the voters, who pointed out the various shortcomings of the National Assembly as well as those in the management of the State and lawmaking policies.
Voters focused on hot issues like fight against corruption, poor transport facilities, increase in traffic accidents, slow administrative reforms and increasing levels of environmental pollution.
The previous day, voters in district 1 suggested to the State President that the NA must consider carefully further building of nuclear power plants and conduct comprehensive inspections on the Dong Nai 6 and 6A hydropower projects.
Concurring with voters, President Sang assured that by April 2012, the Party Central Committee will make out a report on the complex situation on corruption in the country. He also said that the law was in many ways still inadequate and lacked proper implementation policies.
|HCMC Party Secretary Le Thanh Hai (R)meets with voters in district 5.|
On the same day, HCMC Party Secretary Le Thanh Hai and NA legislators held a meeting with voters in district 5. Replying to voters’ concerns on issues of traffic jams and relocating of factories, schools, hospitals from the city centre, the Party secretary affirmed that the NA will carefully consider these projects, to meet both city development demands and ensure traffic safety while implementing the projects, to avoid unnecessary investment.
When meeting with NA deputies Vo Thi Dung and Huynh Minh Thien, many voters in Tan Binh district expressed their wish to contribute ideas to amendments in the 1992 Constitution, for instance the Law on Demonstrations. They also voiced their worry about a golf course project in Tan Son Nhat airport.
On the same day, NA Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung and deputies in the central
Voters suggested that NA pay special attention to improving the quality of education and training and combining vocational workshops with jobs creation for young people.
They also suggested that NA enact suitable policies on recruiting and training medical professionals, improving the quality of doctors, nurses and health care in hospitals and clinics.
The NA needs to closely examine inflation control measures, especially those on farm produce, as Tet was fast approaching, voters said.
Informing them about the country's socio-economic situation, Chairman Hung acknowledged that the country still faced difficulties. Inflation remained high, he said, and the uncertainty of the world economy had impacted domestic enterprises.
He stressed that in these circumstances, the Party, people and army needs to unite and bring the country out of a difficult phase by continuing to implement targets set by the NA.
The same day, the NA Chairman visited Thien Loc Commune in Can Loc District and oversaw a few new rural projects in the community.