Elected deputies to People's Councils announced in several provinces

Wednesday, 2016-06-01 05:51:04
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Mong ethnic people in Trung Chai commune, Sapa district, Lao Cai province registered to receive ballots.(Credit: NDO)
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NDO – Numerous provinces around the country on May 31 announced the results of the election of deputies to the People’s Councils at all levels for the 2016-2021 tenure.

According to the results, 50 candidates were elected to the Ninh Binh provincial People's Council while 272 deputies were elected to the district-level People's Council.

On the same day, Phu Yen province announced it’s list of elected deputies to the provincial People’s Councils. Fifty out of 84 candidates were elected, including 14 women (accounting for 28%), four ethnic minority deputies (8%), four young deputies under 35 years old (8%), 21 re-elected deputies (42%) and one deputy from religious organisations (2%).

In addition, 295 out of 499 candidates were selected to the district-level People's Council and 2,944 out of 5,016 deputies elected to the commune-level People's Council in the province.

The southern province of Dong Nai on May 31 also reported the list of 87 deputies elected to the provincial People’s Council for the 2016-2021 tenure.

Bac Giang province’s Election Committee announced the results of the election of deputies to the People's Councils at all levels. Accordingly, voters elected 85 out of 144 candidates to the provincial People’s Council, including 18 females, seven ethnic minority members, three non-Party members, 21 re-elected members and one deputy from religious organisations.

The northern mountainous province of Lao Cai held a meeting to announce 56 deputies to the 15th provincial People’s Council, 317 deputies to the People’s Council at the district level and 4,5000 to the commune-level People’s Council.

According to the report of Ben Tre province’s Election Committee, seven candidates were elected to the 14th National Assembly and 55 deputies were elected to the provincial People’s Council.

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