Voters in Phong Dien district, the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho, have hailed the sixth session of the 13 th National Assembly, which resulted in the adoption of key resolutions and laws, most notably including amendments to the 1992 Constitution and the Land Law.

At a meeting with Politburo member and permanent member of the Party Central Committee’s Secretariat Le Hong Anh in the locality on December 2, members of the public suggested the Party, State and National Assembly come up with initiatives to stimulate rice consumption, build irrigation works and create new roads in rural areas.

They added that secondary students should be offered free schooling. Simultaneously, there should be ways to ease overload at Can Tho Children’s Hospital while power and land prices should be scrutinised again.

Anh made clear issues of voters’ concern and updated them with socio-economic performance, national defence and security at home, regionally and globally.

Sharing sympathy with farmers over their slow productivity and sales of agro-fisheries products, he asked local authorities to do all they can to clear the bottlenecks along the way while realising recommendations voiced by voters.

Further important suggestions will be submitted to the Party and National Assembly for consideration in the next session.-VNA