An online quiz for Vietnamese citizens at home and aboard to study current regulations on election of deputies to the National Assembly and People’s Councils started on April 1 and will end on April 30.
The event, held by the Ministry of Justice in collaboration with the National Assembly Office, is part of the activities in response to the upcoming elections of the 15th National Assembly and all-level People’s Councils of the 2021-26 tenure which are slated for May 23.
The contest focuses on the 2015 Law on Election of Deputies to the National Assembly and Deputies to People’s Councils, several provisions of the 2013 Constitution, Law on Organization of the National Assembly, and Law on Organization of Local Administration.
The contest aims to raise awareness of the significance of the elections among cadres, civil servants, public employees, officers and soldiers of the armed forces, the people across the country and overseas Vietnamese so that all citizens can exercise their rights and perform their obligations in the elections.
In response to the contest, many ministries, sectors, central mass organizations, provinces and centrally run cities nationwide have issued instructions for their attached units, organizations and local authorities. By 10:00 hours of April 10, the quiz had attracted more than 200,000 turns of contestants.
Twenty questions of the quiz are available at https://thitimhieuphapluat.moj.gov.vn, the National Assembly’s portal, the Ministry of Justice’s portal, the National Election Council’s website on elections, the website on law dissemination and education, the Vietnam National Assembly Television’s website, Dai bieu Nhan dan (The People’s Representative) e-newspaper, or Phap luat Viet Nam (Vietnam Law) e-newspaper for contestants to answer.
The organizing board will offer one first prize worth VND 20 million (around USD 870), five second prizes each worth VND 5 million, 10 third prizes each worth VND 3 million, and 20 consolation prizes each worth VND 1 million.- (VLLF)