National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan (L) meets voters from Can Tho's Phong Dien district (Photo: VNA)

Can Tho (VNA)
– Can Tho’s voters showed their special attention to issues related to corruption, toll in BOT roads, food safety, and green agriculture when meeting National Assembly Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan on September 27.

Many voters pointed to difficulties in making birth certificate and family registration for children of Vietnamese-foreign parents.

In reply, the top legislator assigned Can Tho to review this group of children to ensure they access schooling and all of their rights.

Answering the question of voter Tran Thanh Phong from Tan Hoi commune on the anti-corruption progress, the NA leader said that in the next meeting, the NA will make amendments to the Anti-Corruption Law.

She added that the Government has inspected major corruption cases, while the Party Central Committee’s Inspection Commission is examining and handling Party members with link to corruption. Strict punishments will be applied to corrupt officials, she assured.

In response to queries on measures to deal with unreasonable toll in some toll plazas along national highways, she said that the Government and the Ministry of Transport are reviewing the fee for timely adjustments. At the same time, the NA will also continue strengthening supervision over BOT (Build-Operate-Transfer) projects, especially in transport.

Lauding An Thoi commune voters’ interest in green agriculture development, the NA leader assigned Can Tho city to send officials to seek suitable production models to develop in the commune, while encouraging the formation of cooperation in processing and preserving farm produce.

During her stay in Can Tho, NA Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan and municipal leaders visited and presented gifts to disadvantaged children on the occasion of upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival.-VNA