President Truong Tan Sang made clear issues of public concern while meeting with 300 voters in district 4, Ho Chi Minh City on December 3.

Featuring high were issues like anti-corruption, supervision of State-owned enterprises, drawbacks in education and health care sector, inflation, salary and State officials’ income, and crime.

Sharing the view that the Party and State should crack down on graft and corruption, a majority of voters said the National Assembly should closely oversee legal procedures so as to minimise miscarriages of justice while working hard on electricity, hydropower generation, health insurance and crime fight.

As for how to root out acts of corruption, NA deputy Tran Du Lich said there should be a transparent mechanism with specific regulations by supplementing more laws.

According to him, the legislature asked the power sector to publicise its expenses in the time to come. The State will issue a law on capital investment tailored to the State-run groups and corporations to require them to focus on their own core areas.

President Sang informed voters that the Central Steering Board for Corruption Prevention and Control has acted quickly on delayed cases and uncovered 60 new cases in localities.

The leader lauded judicial bodies for bringing unjust cases to trial again and encouraged voters to do all they can to bring more wrongdoings to light.

He also pressed for a stop to individuals and organisations offending with impunity.-VNA