|Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam
Ministries should produce periodical reports about measures to address issues of public concerns, Nguyen Thi Mai Hoa, a deputy from the Mekong Delta of Dong Thap said.
Hoa expressed her satisfaction with the Q&A session over the past three days, which adopted a new time rule that allowed deputies to question for one minute and ministers to answer for three minutes.
This forced ministers to give straight-to-the-point answers, she said.
She said she was impressed by the delivery of answers by the Ministers of the Transport, Natural Resources and Environment, Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs and Education and Training.
The ministers are aware of their responsibilities and presented measures to remove bottlenecks in the field of their management, Hoa said.
Meanwhile, deputy Pham Khanh Phong Lan from Ho Chi Minh City, said questions raised at the function covered a diverse variety of issues.
The Q&A session was truly a discussion with ministers providing direct answers, she added.
Dinh Duy Vuot, a deputy from the Central Highland province of Gia Lai, said the queries for Deputy Prime Ministers Vuong Dinh Hue and Vu Duc Dam are quite difficult.
However, most of the answers were clear and straightforward, he said.
He said he was impressed by the answers of Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue about various issues of public concern from economy to culture and society.
Agreeing, deputy Nguyen Van Son from the central province of Ha Tinh praised the answers by the Deputy Prime Ministers as short, clear and intelligible.
Most of lawmakers agreed that the reform of the question time made the atmosphere more exciting.
The flexible management of top legislator Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan also created an open atmosphere.