“We will try to have people’s voice heard at the National Assembly’s hall,” Chairwoman Ngan said, when meeting voters at Le Binh ward, Cai Rang district, in the Mekong delta city of Can Tho on November 27 as part of the programme to brief voters on the outcomes of the sixth session of the 14th National Assembly.
Nguyen Thanh Xuan, vice head of the Can Tho Deputies Delegation, made a brief summary of the outcomes, presenting the new and major contents of the laws adopted at the session, while leaders of Cai Rang district and Can Tho city fielded questions relating to local socio-economic situation.
The voters gave high estimations to the outcomes of the session, including the election of Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong as State President, and the question-answer session.
They voiced their concerns about unsettled planning, land clearance compensation, education, and others.
The NA leader briefed the voters about the current apparatus reform effort, and the fight against corruption, saying with the political determination of the Party and State and the consensus of people, the work has obtained visible and positive results.
She said the National Assembly will continue requesting competent agencies involving in the fight against corruption reporting the percentage of assets and money retrieved from the corruption cases that have been brought to light.-