Vietnam witnessed many political, economic, cultural and social events in 2011. VOV has selected the top ten domestic events of the year as follows:
Staying in Vietnam during the occasion of National Day, many foreign nationals want to express their good sentiments and congratulations to Vietnamese people, as well as highlight the country’s significant socioeconomic achievements in recent years.
Last weekend Vietnam held general elections for its National Assembly (NA) and all levels of People's Councils. Such elections are held every five years but this year's elections were particularly significant because it was the first time the NA and People's Councils were elected simultaneously.
A special art performance called “National festival” was held at the Hanoi Opera House on May 21 to welcome the 13th National Assembly and people’s council elections at all levels.
A special art performance called “National festival” will take place at 8pm on May 21 at the Hanoi Opera House to welcome the 13th National Assembly and people’s council elections at all levels.
The Ministry of Home Affairs held a meeting in Buon Ma Thuot City on April 25 to train cadres in the necessary skills for the coming National Assembly and People’s Council elections.
The National Assembly on November 14 passed three laws on special consumption tax, health insurance and execution of civil judgments.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on March 11 sent a message of congratulations to Abdullah Ahmad Badawi, who has taken office as Malaysian Prime Minister for the second term.
Nearly 2,000 polling stations opened at 07.00am on May 20 for Hanoi voters to elect deputies to the 12th National Assembly. The atmosphere of the national festive day prevailed in every corner of the capital city.
As the election of deputies to the 12th National Assembly, which takes every five years, is drawing near, Hanoi voters are studying the list of candidates carefully to select competent, virtuous and devoted ones to the country’s most powerful State agency to meet their requirements. Let’s see what they have in mind from VOVNews reporter Pham Hoa.
Giao Thuy, one of the coastal districts of northern Nam Dinh province, is in its final stage of preparation for the upcoming 12th National Assembly election to be held on May 20. A VOVNews reporter interviewed Nguyen Xuan Nghinh, secretary of the district Party Committee and chairman of the district People’s Council about the local preparation.
Diverse celebrations are underway from across the country to celebrate Southern Liberation Day (April 30) and International Labour Day (May 1).