Nearly 3,400 public opinions sent to National Assembly’s 9th plenary meeting

Wednesday, 2020-05-20 16:06:47
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VFF President Tran Thanh Man delivering a report on public opinions to the National Assembly
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NDO - The Vietnamese Fatherland Front (VFF) has collected 3,385 opinions from voters and the public concerning a wide range of issues for submission to the 9th plenary session of the National Assembly which opened on May 20.

According to a report delivered by VFF President Tran Thanh Man, in general, voters expressed their approval of the government’s response to the coronavirus outbreak and highly appreciated the tireless efforts of those on the front line.

The public also praised the government’s proactivity and flexibility so as to achieve the dual goal of containing the outbreak and ensuring socio-economic development.

They expressed their satisfaction with a VND62 trillion (US$2.66 billion) relief package to support those hardest hit by the virus while calling for its implementation to be transparent and under close supervision.

In their feedback to the parliament, voters expressed their concerns over the enormous challenges facing the country and their desire that the government would continue to introduce measures to help enterprises deal with their difficulties and people maintain stable incomes.

Other public concerns presented to the legislative body include education, corruption, food safety, land management, the environment and climate change, social order and foreign affairs.

Based on the opinions of voters, the VFF also submitted five areas of recommendations to the National Assembly regarding economic growth, disease containment and administrative reform, among others.