|President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Do Van Chien speaks at the event__Photo: VNA|
President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Do Van Chien presented a report on constituents’ opinions and recommendations sent to the 15th-tenure National Assembly (NA)’s sixth session at its opening sitting held in Hanoi on October 23.
Voters expressed their delight at the Party’s comprehensive leadership in socio-economic development, defense-security, external relations, and Party and political system building. They also took note of the Government’s and the Prime Minister’s efforts in implementing the Party’s and the NA’s conclusions and resolutions, tackling difficulties facing the people and businesses, and pressing ahead with the administration reform, digital transformation, and public investment disbursement, among others.
Expressing strong support for the anti-corruption efforts by the Party and State, they said they are confident in the results of the investigation and prosecution of corruption cases, which have been carried out with no restricted areas and no exceptions. The results of the corruption fight have significantly strengthened the people's trust in the Party and the State.
Voters in many places said they still feel dissatisfied with the state of environmental pollution, food safety issues, and the suspended planning in many incomplete investment projects, among other concerns.
They expressed their hope that the Party and the State will continue the implementation of policies supporting the production and business activities of enterprises and individuals, calling for the acceleration of public investment disbursement to boost economic growth and address employment issues, as well as more effective solutions to support the recovery and development of small- and medium-sized businesses.
Many expressed concerns about diseases such as dengue fever and red-eye disease, as well as the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic along their hope that the Party, State, and healthcare sector will continue to address current difficulties and shortcomings. They highlighted a need for comprehensive resolution of the shortage of medical supplies and medications to meet people’s demand.
The constituents also suggested the Party and the State direct ministries and local authorities to assess the overall risks related to natural disasters, landslides, fires, explosion, dam safety, traffic safety, and safety during massive events. They requested appropriate proactive solutions for prevention and handling of possible incidents. Moreover, they insisted on the resolute handling of cases of negligence in management and duty execution.-(VNA/VLLF)