Monday, October 23 2017

VietNamNews

Voters ask for new roads

Update: October, 19/2013 - 11:56
Voters in other places recommended strengthening management of fertiliser production and trade and tightening control over mineral exploitation.— File Photo

SON LA (VNS)  — Voters in northern mountainous Son La Province and Central Highlands Lam Dong Province asked for more infrastructure investment at recent meetings with National Assembly deputies.

Voters in Son La Province's Yen Chau District recommended that the NA build roads to villages in mountainous areas, as well as supplying them with electricity and safe water and upgrading deteriorated people's committee headquarters.

Voters in Moc Chau District proposed the NA help students find suitable jobs after graduation, particularly ethnic minority students, and increase forest protection and management.

In Lam Dong Province, voters also voiced concern about road deterioration, saying that the degraded national and provincial highways caused difficulties for locals trying to travel or transport goods.

They also spoke of the need to build more irrigation works and safe water supply stations for people in rural areas.

Voters in other places recommended strengthening management of fertiliser production and trade and tightening control over mineral exploitation.

The meetings were held in preparation for the upcoming sixth session of the 13th NA, scheduled to begin on October 21 and end on November 26. — VNS

Send Us Your Comments:

See also: