Voters voice opinions on urgent issues hinh anh 1A deputy speaks at a session of the National Assembly. (Source: VNA)

Hanoi (VNA) – Voters have voiced their opinions on urgent issues relating to the development of the country which were discussed at the second session of the 14 th National Assembly (NA) on November 3.

Voter Nguyen Duc Thuan from Vinh Ninh ward, Hue city, said the reports and discussion of deputies at the session helped voters understand the country’s economic panorama.

The government honestly spoke about shortcomings and achievements and put forth policies to help the economy develop, Thuan said, adding that the NA also mentioned many issues of voters’ interestsuch as public debt, corruption and administrative reform.

Le Van Thiep fromHuongThuy town, the central province of ThuaThien Hue, said the country has great potential to develop agriculture and restructuring the sector is necessary, with focus on promoting hi-tech agriculture.

Meanwhile, voter DinhXuan Long fromPhu Hoi ward, Hue city, focused on enterprises and their role in developing the country’s economy and hoped the government would issue policies to help small- and medium-sized develop.

Duong Vinh Thai, Vice President of northern VinhPhuc province’s Association of Journalists, said the 14th NA’s second section has covered issues thatcitizens are interested in such as traffic accidents and traffic congestion in big cities

According to Vu DucTien, Director of the centre for protecting labour health and the environment of VinhPhuc province, this session spent more time discussing issues related to labour, employment, human resources quality and environmental pollution than the previous ones.

In Bien Hoa city, the southern province of Dong Nai, Nguyen Thanh Tamfrom the Fashion Garments Company said the government should restructure the economy towards improving the quality, competitiveness and effectiveness of the economy and furthering administrative reforms to achieve a transparent and modern administrative sector.

In the context of the country’s deep integration and the implementation of trade deals, which provide opportunities for enterprises to boost exports, Tam said State administrative agencies like tax and customs need to make strong reforms.-VNA