Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc meets with voters in the city’s An Dương District yesterday to inform them of the outcomes of the NA’s seventh session. —VNA/VNS Photo Thống Nhất
HÀ NỘI — Prime Minister Nguyễn Xuân Phúc and the delegation of National Assembly deputies from the city of Hải Phòng met with voters in the city’s An Dương District yesterday to inform them of the outcomes of the NA’s seventh session.
The voters showed their delight at the achievements of the city and the country, as well as at the success of the latest NA session.
They proposed the Government pay greater attention to designing specific policies to develop the private sector as well as small-and-medium-sized enterprises.
Economic development should be combined with improving incomes and narrowing the rich-poor gap, they said.
The voters expressed their concern about challenges arising from the complicated changing regional and global situation. Natural disasters and epidemics, especially African swine fever which has led to the culling of millions of pigs so far, were also among their worries.
A number of voters complained that the administrative reform process had been too slow.
PM Phúc said the goal of the NA and Government was to build a State by the people and for the people, continue realising the goals of the 2013 Constitution, ensure human rights and the rights of citizens, safeguard national sovereignty and provide better services to people and businesses.
The PM mentioned the resolution issued at the Party Central Committee’s fifth plenary which says the private sector is a driving force for the economy.
The PM stressed the need to complete the personnel system to speed reform of administrative management. He said the goal of administrative reform was to better serve people and businesses.
PM Phúc also noted the need to reform the working manner and attitude of public servants, and for more efforts to fight petty corruption and handle violations. —VNS