Voters affirm trust in Party, State leadership

Voters nationwide have expressed their confidence and support of the Party and State’s stance on safeguarding territorial sovereignty by peaceful and flexible means in line with international law during their meetings with National Assembly deputies. 

NA deputies have been holding meetings with voters across the country to report to them the outcomes of the just concluded seventh NA session. 

In the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho, voters told NA Deputy Le Hong Anh, Politburo member and permanent member of the Party Central Committee Secretariat, that they have a high opinion of the State’s response to the issue, making the world aware of Vietnam’s fight for justice and China’s hegemony scheme in the contested sea. 

In Ho Chi Minh City, many voters expressed their concern about the East Sea situation. At a meeting with NA Deputy Le Thanh Hai, Politburo member and Secretary of the city’s Party Committee, Vu Tien Kham, a voter in District 10 said he supports taking legal action to deal with the issue, like what other countries suggested. 
Voters in the island district of Ly Son in the central province of Quang Ngai also expressed their approval of the outcomes of the recently-concluded NA seventh session. 

They affirmed that the traditional fishing grounds on Hoang Sa (Paracel) archipelago have belonged to Vietnam for hundreds of years. Ly Son fishermen are determined to sail there to earn a living and safeguard national sovereignty, they said.