Party leader lauds voter feedback
HA NOI (VNS)— The attention, support and constructive comments of voters serve as a great source of encouragement and reminder of the National Assembly's important duty, according to Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong.
|Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong (third left) meets with voters in Ba Dinh District's Truc Bach Ward in the capital city yesterday. — VNA/VNS Photo Tri Dung
At a meeting with voters from Hanoi 's inner district of Ba Dinh on October 16, Trong said their feedback is a constant aid for NA leaders, civil servants and party members working to fulfil their tasks.
A majority of voters welcomed changes in the NA's activities, especially the discussion of pressing social issues at the law-making body's regular forums and open Q&A sessions.
However, they asked for better supervision of NA resolution and policy implementation, particularly for plans relating to State-owned enterprises, land use, and banking activities.
Voters applauded the results of the intial self-audit of the Party Central Committee's Resolution, but stressed more work must be done to ensure stringent future monitoring.
They emphasised the need to continue implementing the fourth Party Central Committee's Resolution on "urgent issues of Party building," noting the issue is vital to the existence of the Party as well as the nation's prosperity.
Party General Secretary Trong agreed with the voters' views, saying more work, as set in the fourth Party Central Committee's Resolution, will be carried out following the initial review.
Welcoming the voters' frank, knowledgeable and constructive viewpoints on a wide range of issues, the Party chief shared their enthusiasm to promote democracy, heighten the Party's leadership and renew its leading mode.
He assured voters that the law-making body will continue renovating its overall operations to warrant the trust and support of voters nationwide. — VNS