Deputy Lê Như Tiến. — File Photo
HÀ NỘI Viet Nam News - — National Assembly deputies said they hope newly elected Prime Minister Phúc will continue the fight against corruption and wastefulness.
Deputy Lê Như Tiến of the central province of Quảng Trị said that despite some progress in recent years, results have not satisfied voters. He added that he hoped the new Prime Minister could use his experience handling internal issues to fight corruption and crime in order to make Việt Nam a safe country, serving socio-economic development.
Deputy Nguyễn Thái Học of the southern coastal province of Phú Yên called on the new prime minister to take drastic action and mobilise the entire political system to fight corruption.
Trần Du Lịch, a deputy in HCM City, said he expected the new official to step up administrative reforms, which are an essential part of the solution to corruption problems.
“The administrative system comprises three components: administrative institutions, organisational apparatus, and human resources. I think human resources are the most important. With experience and efforts the Prime Minister gained in the field, I hope for clearer results,” Lịch said. — VNS