Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc clarified concerns over the draft Law on Special Administrative – Economic Units and the draft Law on Cyber Security during a meeting with voters in Tien Lang district, the northern city of Hai Phong on June 18.

The PM affirmed that the National Assembly and government have listened to public feedback and decided to postpone the approval of the draft Law on Special Administrative – Economic Units.

The target of the draft law is to create an institution to allow the units to attract more investment and create a growth pole for development, PM Phuc said.

On June 8, the NA decided to delay the voting on the bill in order to acquire more feedback and refine the document.

This demonstrates that the NA and the Government seriously listened to the opinions of voters and the people, he said.

About the Law on Cyber Security, the PM said after acquiring public feedback, the law compiling board has adjusted the bill, allowing the placement of servers abroad but Vietnam-related data must be stored to serve management work.

He urged local authorities, agencies, officials and Party members to actively disseminate contents of the law so that the people could fully understand it.

He took the occasion to urge the public to stay calm and vigilant, trust in the leadership of the Party and State. -VNA