Hanoi streets decorated ahead of elections

Wednesday, 2016-05-18 10:28:37
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Like provinces across the country, Hanoi is stepping up communication on the general elections.
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NDO - Streets across the capital city have been colourfully decorated to celebrate the 2016 National Assembly and all-level People’s Council elections set to take place on May 22.

A large billboard calls on the people to exercise their civic rights and duty on Election Day.

A polling station in Cau Giay district is decorated with flags and posters to welcome voters.

Electoral officials are present at venues where the names of voters are listed to answers their questions about the elections.

Voters of Dong Xuan ward in Hoan Kiem district view the lists of eligible voters.

Information about the National Assembly and People’s Council candidates is provided at public spaces for easy reference.

To Lan Phuong, a local official in Dong Da district, distributes voter cards to residents in her neighbourhood.

Hoan Kiem Lake is brightened up with thousands of blooming flowers.

Large billboards are up on many streets to welcome the elections.

All preparatory steps have been completed so that Election Day is truly a national event.

In Ho Chi Minh City, streets in central districts are also decorated with flags and posters.

Posters and banners are printed with words encouraging the people to vote on Election Day.

A man is reading information about candidates at the headquarter of the People’s Council of Ward 9 in District 3.

The riverside is adorned with colourful billboards about the National Assembly and People’s Council elections.

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