|Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong meets with voters in the capital city's Hoan Kiem District yesterday. — VNA/VNS Photo Tri Dung
HA NOI (VNS)— Voters in the capital city's Hoan Kiem District yesterday called for better supervision of law enforcement and expressed concern over farmers being hurt by market gluts.
Meeting with Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong, they also concurred with the agenda set for the upcoming parliamentary session (9th session of the 13th National Assembly (NA).
The voters said laws and resolutions recently adopted by the NA had taken effect, but increased supervision was needed over their enforcement.
They also said a long-term plan was needed to avoid unplanned expansion of production that resulted in oversupply and dropping prices, which happened for several farm produce recently.
Several voters also called for further streamlining of the State apparatus by reducing overlapping operations in State administrative units.
The Party leader hailed the voters' opinions, saying that their involvement in national issues reflected the nation's socialist democracy.
He said that their feedback on draft laws would be submitted to the ninth session, which is set to pass 11 laws, one resolution and discuss over 14 other bills.
Trong said he hoped the voters would continue to offer constructive ideas and suggestions to legislators in order to help them fulfill assigned tasks. — VNS