Top leaders meet voters ahead of NA second session

In preparation for the second session of the 15th National Assembly, General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong and members of the Hanoi National Assembly Delegation had an online meeting with voters in districts of Ba Dinh, Dong Da, and Hai Ba Trung in Hanoi, on October 9.

At the meeting, the capital’s voters gave their opinions on various issues of people’s concern, such as the fight against corruption, the fight against the COVID-19 epidemic, social security, and economic development, among others.

Appreciating the opinions as well as the enthusiasm of voters, the Party Chief stressed their voice will be heard at the NA session.

Trong also suggested voters and people nationwide continue to monitor, supervise, and give timely opinions to the Party and State, actively joining hands in the cause of the national construction and development.

On the same day, State President Nguyen Xuan Phuc and the Ho Chi Minh City National Assembly Delegation met with voters who are working in the city's health sector in an online form.

A number of proposals were made by the voters, including those on vaccination program for students, instructions on the payment for COVID-19 patients having health insurance cards, and improvement of grassroots medical network system.

The State President shared with the pain and loss caused by the pandemic that the city’s people have suffered. He also expressed his deep respect and sympathy for the hardships of the frontline forces, especially those in the health sector.

Meeting with voters of the northern city of Hai Phong via videoconference on October 9, National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue said the NA will issue an overall strategy based on scientific data to offer scenarios and solutions to the pandemic.

Besides, the legislature will also look into a master plan on post-pandemic economic, social, educational, medical and cultural recovery, he added.

In order to help people and businesses amid difficulties, Hue said in the near future, the NA is going to have more policies to offer tax exemption and reduction and payment delay./.