During the meeting, voters raised their concerns over education-related issues such as the contents of schoolbooks and postgraduate employment.
They mentioned the monopoly of the country’s power industry and the need to have special staff responsible for nuclear energy security.
They welcomed localities reclaiming the land of suspended planning projects and said they agreed on some regulations in the draft amended law on land.
Voters expressed their support for the continued implementation of the Central Resolution 4 on party building.
Welcoming voters’ opinions, Party chief Trong said that the 5th session will debate the adoption of 11 bills, give opinions on another eight bills, of which, the draft amendments to the 1992 Constitution and the draft amended land law are of the most importance.
As many as 26 million opinions have been given on the draft constitutional amendments, making full use of people’s brain power and showing patriotism, Trong said.
Conducting votes of confidence on persons holding positions elected or approved by the NA or People’s Councils is a new and major policy that needs to be conducted regularly under strict leadership and concrete guidance, he added.
The same day, Trong received a delegation from the Army’s Trade Unions, that represent 170,000 staff attending the 8th Congress of the Army’s Trade Union held in Hanoi.