Thời gian: 10/12/2014 22:58

Leaders meet voters in Hai Phong, Nam Dinh

Leaders meet voters in Hai Phong, Nam Dinh

Assembly (NA) Deputies to meet voters in the city’s Kien An district on October 3 and listen to their opinions and concerns in preparation for the 8th session of the 13th NA beginning later this month.

At the meeting, voters expressed their thoughts and aspirations, and made suggestions to the NA 8th session. Voters said they expected the session would discuss and ratify a range of key policies to further boost national socio-economic development; firmly safeguard the independence, sovereignty, territorial sanctity of the Fatherland; and continuously improve the spiritual and material lives of people.

Voter Dinh Dang Hung (Bac Son ward) suggested the State pay more attention to caring for and supporting policy beneficiaries, disadvantaged people in rural and remote areas, and victims of Agent Orange.

Voter Nguyen Huy Truong (Lang Ha ward) urged the Government to direct the concerned authorities to accelerate construction and completion of key projects in Hai Phong−especially transportation projects of national importance−and support the city in diversifying investment in infrastructure to serve development goals and improve people's lives.

Some highlighted the need for more investment in improving the quality of education and training, building housing for students, and offering specialised training for medical staff at the provincial and district-level hospitals to curb overload in central hospitals.

Informing key features of the nation’s socio-economic situation, PM Dung stressed the Government, ministries, branches and local authorities’ efforts in striving for the targets and tasks set for 2014, including a strong focus on solving difficulties and boosting production and business development, enhancing a stable macroeconomic platform, and sustaining a peaceful environment for national development.

He requested Hai Phong authorities make full use of all their resources to improve traffic infrastructure and look after the beneficiaries of social policy better.

PM Dung urged synchronous solutions to increase productivity, with a focus on economic restructuring and shifting the labour force from the agricultural sector to the industrial and service sectors; creating favourable conditions to attract investment in high-tech projects; and promoting the development of science and technology.

The PM also looked into the issues that concerned voters, including the development of education, constructing student dormitories, ensuring the profitability of the textile and garment sector, and reducing overcrowding at hospitals.

The same day, Deputy PM Vu Van Ninh met voters in Truc Ninh district, Nam Dinh province.