07 July 2017

President Tran Dai Quang meets Ho Chi Minh City constituents

President Tran Dai Quang meets Ho Chi Minh City constituents (Source: VNA) 


HCM City (VNA) – President Tran Dai Quang reported on the outcomes of the third
session of the 14th National Assembly and made clear issues of
concern during a meeting with constituents in districts 1, 3, 4 in Ho Chi Minh
City on July 7.

He stated
that the Party and State always heed building a transparent and strong
apparatus as well as the fight against corruption and wastefulness, citing the
Central Steering Committee for Corruption Prevention and Control’s regular
meetings and dispatch of inspection teams to localities.

The
President underscored the role of leaders in Party committees and agencies in
the effort and the need to increase precautionary measures, partly by
strengthening inspection and supervision.

About 12
loss-making projects by the Ministry of Industry and Trade, Quang reiterated
the stance on thoroughly dealing with them and respecting the principle of
self-control in businesses. He added that the State will not provide additional
capital for them.

Constituent
Dang Thanh Binh from district 1 and Nguyen Thi My Hanh from district 4 urged for
suspending sand export because sand export prices are lower than those at home,
and expressed concern over illegal exploitation of natural resources.

Agreeing
with them, the State leader said the government has asked for suspending all
sand export and mining contracts in order to thoroughly check illegal projects.

He
reaffirmed the Party and State policy of effective exploitation of natural
resources in tandem with environment protection.

The
President also answered constituents’ queries about child protection law,
sidewalk management, pedestrian streets, traffic safety, medicine prices
control, and the import of old machinery.-VNA



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